BCAA PAYMENT PROCESS
BCAA is instituting a new game fee payment procedure designed to get officials paid faster this fall. The desired end result is that officials will receive payment by direct deposit 3-9 days after each contest is played. There are some requirements on our end that we will need to accomplish, in order to implement the new process.
Only applies to the Broward PUBLIC SCHOOLS, private, and charter schools will continue to use their own payment methods
Your EXISTING BCAA VENDOR NUMBER will stay the same and will be used in the new payment system.
The sign-in sheet will be PRE-APPROVED by the school's athletic director in order to streamline and speed the payment process
The form will be sent promptly to one DESIGNATED PERSON at the payroll office tasked with generating all payments to officials.
WHAT WE NEED TO DO
Only new official must complete a Request for Taxpayer Identification - W-9 form
Only new official must complete a new direct deposit authorization - ACH Payment Agreement
Will I have to do this for every sport I officiate? - NO, completing the forms will enter you into the system for all BCAA sports
I already have direct deposit do I need to complete a new ACH form? - YES, all officials must complete a new ACH form
Must I provide my social security number on the W-9? - YES, all officials must submit a completed, and signed W-9 form
When must this be accomplished? - ASAP, in order for BCAA to get the data entry done and in place before the season starts
What will I need to complete both of these forms? - You will need the following information to complete the forms
Social Security number
BCAA vendor number
Direct Deposit Info - Name of Bank, Branch/State, Routing number, Account number, type Checking or Savings
A voided check to verify your bank details and routing number if depositing into a checking account
Where can I get these forms? - www.bcboaonline.org