Good morning. You should send a certified letter demanding an explanation and a deposit within a short specified period of time, which needs to include the interest from the date it should have been deposited. If it is not timely deposited, you legally have the right then to file a claim against your employer and to also send correspondence, copying his employer, to the state attorney general's office and the Federal Trade Commission. You will want to balance these actions, however, against the effect in might have on your husband's employment.
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