Electronic Banking - Miscellaneous


We use the new BNZ PC Banking software. Why does the employers account suffix not appear on the schedule?


  • The BNZ PC Banking software uses a 2 digit suffix for the employer’s account number, and a 3 digit suffix for employee bank accounts whereas Ace Payroll uses 3 digit suffixes for all account numbers.
  • If you enter the employers bank account suffix in Ace Payroll as "002" then the BNZ software will show the suffix as "00";


  • Enter the employer's suffix as 020 which will then be read correctly by the BNZ PC Banking system.
  • Note that these instructions apply only to the employer's bank account number. Employee accounts should be entered as standard 3 digit suffixes.
BNZ PC Banking Toll Free Support 0800 280 269

Editors Note:
This information confirmed as correct by the BNZ in writing on 24th May 2000.

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