LiteBlue.USPS.Gov: PostalEASE

PostalEASE

Now PostalEASE is accessible online by visitng the US postal Service website of LiteBlue: www. LiteBlue.USPS.Gov.
As a USPS Employee You must provide your Employee ID Number & your own USPS PIN to be able to access theĀ liteblue postalease system…

Call PostalEASE toll-free at 1-877-4PS-EASE (1-877-477-3273)
PostalEASE
PostalEase is the U.S. Postal Service’s telephone enrollment system for Thrift Savings Plan transactions, Direct Deposit/allotments and more.

Have the following information ready when calling PostalEASE:
– Your Social Security Number (SSN)
– Your Personal Identification Number (PIN). If you don’t know your PIN, call PostalEASE and follow the prompts to request that your PIN be mailed to your address of record. (This takes 10 days or less.) – PostalEASE

Use PostalEASE to:
(a) begin contributing to TSP,
(b) change your current TSP contibution percentage or dollar amount, or
(c) cancel (stop) your current TSP contributions.

Note: (a) and (b) may only be done during TSP open seasons, which are publicized.

If using PostalEASE for your allotment/net to bank options, please have the following additional information ready:
– Your 9 digit Financial Institution Routing Number (obtain from your financial institution)
– Your Account Number and type of account

After completing your own transaction you will hear your confirmation #, when your choices will be processed, and when your choices will be reflected in your paycheck. Record this information for your reference.

PostalEASE

Calling Postal EASE

You will need your Employee ID Number and your USPS Personal Identification Number (PIN) which is the same one you use for electronic bidding. All new employees will have their Postal EASE PIN mailed to them. Be on the look out for this mailing and keep the letter in a safe place.

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PostalEASE

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