One-Check Payroll for Federal Employees

September 1964
Banking;Sep64, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p58
Trade Publication
Deals with the legislation introduced by Senator A. Willis Robertson on June 23, 1964 about the use of a one-check payroll plan for U.S. federal employees. Details of how the one-check payroll plan works; Use of the payroll plan in the Armed Forces; Benefits of the scheme.


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