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Where can a person cash a payroll check?

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The most common place to cash a payroll check is at a local bank. Banks generally cash payroll checks as long as either the payee holds an account at that bank or the payroll check is drawn on that bank.

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If the payee does not have a bank account, there are numerous check cashing services that can cash payroll checks. These services generally charge a small percentage of the check's total amount as a fee. Alternatively, payroll checks can usually be used by the payee to open a new checking or savings account at a local banking institution, regardless of which bank the check is drawn on.

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