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What is a credit SSA TREAS 310 XXSOC SEC check?

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A checking account deposit with SSA TREAS 310 XXSOC SEC text is a Social Security payment deposited by the Kansas City Financial Center, according to the Office of Child Support Enforcement from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. These payments are identifiable using the codes listed for the deposit in a bank statement.

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Treasury checks have different purposes and may be paid by different financial centers and approved by different government agencies, reports the Bureau of the Fiscal Service from the U.S. Department of the Treasury. The number 310 indicates which financial center deposited the payment. The text XXSOC SEC shows the payment is from the Social Security program authorized by the Social Security Administration, notes the Office of Child Support Enforcement. This deposit may be a Social Security retirement benefit or a Social Security Disability Insurance payment.

The direct deposit of Treasury funds into checking accounts includes the TREAS code, explains the Office of Child Support Enforcement. Identifying the government agency authorizing payment and how the payment was made requires reading the codes provided with the deposit. To find out why the payment was made, the checking account owner may contact the government agency that authorized the payment or the financial center that deposited the funds, states the Bureau of the Fiscal Service.

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