It’s taken forever for me to get these in a format that I think is both clear and will print well in black and white, but they are finally here: printable calendars with the dates that USAA will be crediting military pay deposits in 2017. USAA military pay deposit dates are one business day prior to the actual military payday. It’s a benefit they offer to their customers, and they that active duty military pay will be deposited one business day prior to the actual payday, provided they receive the pay deposit information from the appropriate finance agency. While that seems pretty straightforward, there is always a lot of confusion about Tuesday paydays. Tuesday paydays work just like any other payday, and USAA credits those deposits on the previous business day, which is Monday.
I’ve included links to the calendars and list in PDF format so that you can print these out and add them to your bulletin board or planner. (You can shrink it if you use a smaller planner like I do.)
There are a couple of much longer pay periods, or times when the early direct deposit creates a longer time between pay deposits, to note this year:
- January end-of-month, 19 days
- May end-of-month, 19 days
- July end-of-month, 18 days
- October end-of-month, 19 days
- not in 2017, but the January 2018 end-of-month pay period will be 20 days long.
Here is the color calendar in PDF format: Printable 2017 USAA Military Pay Deposit Calendar – Color
And the black-and-white calendar in PDF format: Printable 2017 USAA Pay Deposit Calendar – Black and White
And the black-and-white list in PDF format: Printable 2017 USAA Pay Deposit Dates List
Obviously, these military paydays are for people who are getting paid twice a month. If you are only getting paid once a month, then you’ll just use the end-of-month dates listed.
I’ve also published the 2017 Military Paydays, and I’l be publishing the 2017 Military Retirement Pay Dates. I’m not super techy, so these things take much longer than I imagine.
Every year, I make at least one mistake on these calendars. I hate it. Please, please let me know ASAP if you see an error. You can email me at email@example.com or use the link to the right to send me a message.