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Human Resources - Payroll Office
County of Burlington Payroll Office
PO Box 6000
Mt. Holly NJ 08080
Michael Miley, Payroll Supervisor,
Laura Murray, Asst. Payroll Supervisor,
The Payroll Section maintains Burlington County's personnel database. These files include salary, job history, and time and attendance information. In addition, pension forms of various types, deferred compensation, savings bonds, W4s and W2s, disability forms, and employment verifications are also processed by the Payroll Staff. We strive to complete our work in a timely and cooperative manner.
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W4 changes can be made anytime during the year. Please remember, if you would like your state withholding changed, The State of NJ has a separate NJ-W4 Form for this purpose. Changing your federal W4 Form will only affect your federal withholding.
Direct Deposit is available for all county employees. Your pay can be split among different accounts or even different financial institutions. Signing up is easy! Just complete the application in full and provide either a voided (we will return) or photocopy of your check or some type of bank document with your account number on it.
Don't forget to provide the routing number.
(It appears on your check on the bottom left hand corner or you can contact your bank) Once your paperwork is received and entered in the system, you will receive a verification form that you must check for accuracy and then return to us. Once this verification is received, the process takes approximately 2 pay cycles, the first payday our bank will initiate the pre-notification process in which the routing and account numbers only are sent to the bank/s. If all the numbers are correct, the direct deposit would start the next pay.
If you are going to close your account, please advise Payroll immediately. The direct deposit file is sent electronically as of the close of business on Monday prior to payday. Once the file has been transmitted, it will be too late to stop it. Changes can be made as often as needed.
Employees who are enrolled in the pension system, can create an account on the Member Benefits Online System (MBOS) at
Once there, you can register by following the four step process. You will need your retirement membership number which can be provided by the Payroll Dept. If you have any difficulty, please contact the MBOS help desk at (609) 777-0534. When your account is established, many forms can be completed online.
Loans can be taken against your pension if you have been enrolled for 3 years and 3 months. You can borrow from your pension account two times within a calendar year at the present interest rate of 4.69%. This rate may change annually. There is an administrative processing fee of $8.00. Loans are made in multiples of ten dollars. The minimum loan amount is $50. The maximum is one-half of the contributions you have to your account up to $50,000. Loans are repaid through payroll deductions. The minimum deduction is set by law at 5.50% of base salary for Public Employees' Retirement System and 8.50% for Police and Firemen's. The Internal Revenue Service requires that all loans are paid within 5 years. Because of this, some members with large outstanding loan balances may be required to pay more than the minimum amount.
Upon termination of employment, Withdrawal forms can be submitted to Payroll for completion. We will be happy to type it up and send to Trenton to process. We cannot complete the form until the employee's final paycheck has been processed. Withdrawal from Contributory Life Insurance forms are available in Payroll. You must be enrolled in the Public Employees' Retirement System for one year. There are no refunds of deductions and you may not rejoin after you have disenrolled.
Disability Forms can be obtained in our office. The form must be filed with State Disability within 30 days of the date of disability. The form consists of 3 parts: Part A Claimant Information, Part B Medical Certificate, and Part C Employer Information. Your form can be dropped off to us at anytime, but we cannot complete it until after your last physical day of work. You must use all accrued (earned) sick time prior to collecting disability. Information regarding the NJ Temporary Disability can be found on
The County offers two deferred compensation plans, both of which are 457(b) government plans. They are administered by Nationwide Retirement Solutions and by AIG Retirement. Nationwide can be reached at 1-877-677-3678 or
Our representative's name is Mr. Emanuel Mahand who can be contacted at 609-923-8859. AIG's phone number is 1-800-448-2542 and their web site is
www.Valic.com (previously AIG Retirement)
The representative is Mr. Steve Bialon. It's recommended when making changed to your 457 account, you speak to one of the representatives, although some changes may be made online. Some forms are also available in our office.
Employee Identification Cards are the property of Burlington County and must be returned to the Payroll Department upon separation from employment. If the card is not returned, a $10 deduction will be made to your final paycheck. If you turn it in after that, your money will be returned to you either in the next pay cycle or by way of a check from the Burlington County Treasurer's Office. If your ID is lost, you are responsible to pay $10.
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