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Nursa offers two different ways for you to be paid: either direct deposit to a traditional bank account or to a Nursa Direct bank account powered by Branch. You can choose which payment method you’d prefer and can switch at any time. Traditional Bank Payments Nursa pays out twice a week for shift reports completed within the payment timeframe (see payment schedule below). We'll process payments on Mondays and Wednesdays, and you'll receive your deposit in your bank account within two days. Shift reports must be completed by Sunday night at 23:59 by both clinician and facility in order to get paid with the Monday batch, receiving your payment by Wednesday. Shift reports must be completed by Tuesday night at 23:59 by both clinician and facility in order to get paid with the Wednesday batch, receiving your payment by Friday. Note: Facilities have two full business days* to complete their shift report after a clinician completes their shift report. If the facility has not confirmed the shift report within that time frame, it will automatically be verified to ensure that clinicians are paid in a timely manner. *business days do not include Saturday, Sunday, and Federal holidays. Traditional Bank Pay Schedule Yours and Facility’s Shift Reports Completed by Nursa Processes Payment Posted to Your Bank by Sunday by 23:59 Monday Wednesday Monday by 23:59 Wednesday Friday Tuesday by 23:59 Wednesday Friday Wednesday by 23:59 Monday (following) Wednesday (following) Thursday by 23:59 Monday Wednesday Friday by 23:59 Monday Wednesday Saturday by 23:59 Monday Wednesday Nursa Direct - NEW October 2023 Nursa Direct is a business debit Mastercard and bank account that offers additional benefits as well as the ability to have shifts paid instantly. If you opt into Nursa Direct, all of your payments will be sent to your Nursa Direct account. Learn more about how to get Nursa Direct and how it works in this article. Instant Payments Instant payment eligibility is on a shift-by-shift basis. In order to have your shift paid instantly, it must meet certain requirements. Next, for EACH SHIFT you must: Check into the shift using the “I’m Here” button in the app. You can learn more about the “I’m Here” check in process in this article. Submit your Shift Report within 7 days. Make sure that your Shift Report time is accurate. All Shift Reports will still be verified, and any discrepancies in reported time will be corrected. Other Payments Shift Reports that aren’t eligible for instant pay will still be paid to your Nursa Direct account within 2-3 business days (weekends excluded) after submitting your Shift Report.
Let's get you paid for all of your hard work! You'll need to add your banking information for direct deposit and complete a digital W9 tax form in the Wallet section of the app. Make sure to do this immediately to avoid delay in your payments. Federal reporting limits require a colored photo of your government issued ID upon making more than $10,000 as an independent contractor. To avoid disruption or delay, please ensure a colored photo is in your Nursa profile: This must be a photo of your actual ID, not a copy or scan Make sure it’s the entire ID – do not cut off corners or any sides How to Set Up Your Wallet Tap the Menu in the top left corner Select Wallet Complete your electronic W9 form Select how you would like to receive your 1099* E-Delivery (preferred by most clinicians) – Download your 1099 immediately from the Nursa App when it's ready Mail Delivery – Up to two weeks for delivery to your address on file Select your payment method Traditional Bank – You provide your bank routing and account numbers. These payments are processed twice a week and can take two days to reach your bank account. Nursa Direct – A business bank account and debit card powered by Branch. This payment method offers the ability to have your shifts paid instantly (eligibility rules apply), and all other payments take 2 to 3 business days to post to your Nursa Direct account. Learn more about Nursa Direct here, and you can get more information about when you’ll get paid here. *Clinicians who use the Nursa app are 1099 independent contractors. This means taxes will not be taken out of your paychecks and you will receive a 1099 tax form at the end of the year. Learn more here. Viewing Payout Activity/Paystubs Tap the Menu in the top left corner Select Wallet Tap Payment History Click on the payout date for more details If you need copies of your payout activity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the date range needed and they will email those copies to you.