More Information about Online Bill Payment
Pay Your Bill Now
When you click on one of the links below, or one of the Pay links on the
Benefit Online Services page, you will be re-directed to the secure Internet website Pay.gov and the pages designed to
receive payments due or owed the Railroad Retirement Board.
- If you click the link to pay an Unemployment or Sickness Bill, you will see this heading near the top of the page.
RRB Unemployment Sickness Debt Collection
- To pay your unemployment or sickness bill now, go to the Pay.gov payment form.
- If you click the link to pay a Retirement or Survivor Bill, you will see this heading near the top of the page.
RRB Retirement Survivor Debt Collection
- To pay your retirement or survivor bill now, go to the Pay.gov
Things to Know About Pay.gov
- Pay.gov is a secure website supported by the Department of the Treasury's
Financial Management Service (FMS). Pay.gov is used by Federal agencies
wishing to offer their customers the advantages of an online payment service.
The main advantages this payment service has over the standard practice of
mailing a check or credit card authorization form are:
- Speed - An online payment may be received and posted to an account one
to two days sooner than a payment submitted by first class mail.
- Security - The United States Department of the Treasury's Financial
Management Service (FMS) maintains Pay.gov as a secure website.
Treasury and FMS ensure the safety of personal and financial information
entered on or transmitted through Pay.gov.
- Convenience - An online payment may be made any time a customer chooses
-- 24 hours/7 days a week.
- The following payment methods are available to users of Pay.gov
- Bank Account Debit (ACH) - Your personal checking or savings account or your
business checking account is debited.
- Credit Card (Plastic Card) - Your VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or DISCOVER is charged.
- Pay.gov asks for certain information the RRB needs to identify and credit the
account on which you are making payment. The information we need, such as
Billing Document Number and Account Number, may be found in the top half of the
bill, notice or overpayment letter from the RRB.
- Pay.gov gives you a Pay.gov Tracking ID when your payment transaction is
complete. We suggest you write the Pay.gov Tracking ID down or print the screen
which gives the Pay.gov Tracking ID.
- Pay.gov asks you for an e-mail address. You are not required to give them an
e-mail address. If you do supply an e-mail address, Pay.gov will forward a
Payment Confirmation to that e-mail address. The Payment Confirmation e-mail
will contain the Pay.gov Tracking ID, amount paid, payment method, along with
other information you may wish to have for your records.