Direct debit wages
It means that your employer pays your wages into your current account on a monthly basis.
- Security: in just one transaction, all your income is transferred to your current account. There are thus fewer transfer risks.
- Speed: your wages are paid into your current account as soon as possible.
- Automatic: the direct debit order means that your wages are paid in automatically. You no longer have to make a transfer every month.
Would you like to set up a direct debit order for your wages? Follow the instructions below.
- If you are an ING customer with an ING current account:
- If you are not yet an ING customer:
- Open an ING Current Account. You will have to wait for this account to be set up before you make your direct debit application.
- Print out the direct debit application form (available in French and Dutch).
- Fill it in accurately, and don't forget to sign it.
- Give it to your company’s personnel manager. The manager will then take care of the follow-up.
Are you interested?
- Not yet an ING customer? Find out how to switch to ING easily and free of charge!
- Already an ING customer? Print out the direct debit application form (available in French and Dutch). Fill it in and return it to your company’s personnel manager.
- Find an ING branch.