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USPS Liteblue ePayroll

USPS LiteBlue ePayroll.

Liteblue ePayroll is a web-based application available to United States Postal Service employees. This online platform offers USPS staff a convenient and secure way of viewing their earnings statements, which are issued every two weeks. Because this is an online service, it is available around the clock.

In addition to viewing their payslips online, USPS staff can use this platform to print out their statements and to access the historical database of payslips, which goes back 40 payment cycles. Moreover, USPS employees can use this service to modify their statement preferences and choose between the paper and the paperless versions.

USPS LiteBlue ePayroll Login.

To log into your USPS online payroll account, you will need to use the company’s ePayroll portal. To do this, open your browser and navigate to

The portal uses a secure login system that requires two pieces of information. These are your Employee Identification Number and your USPS self-service password. You can find your Employee ID in any of your past earning statements – look for an eight-digit number. As for the password, this is the same password you use to access other USPS online services, including LiteBlue and PostalEASE.

Forgotten passwords can be easily reset by clicking on the ‘Forgot your password’ link. Alternatively, you can go to the USPS Self-Service page at to update or reset your password. This page can also be used to set up your password if you don’t have one.

To sign in, all you need to do is enter these login credentials in the fields provided. To avoid login errors, make sure you type in the correct information without leaving spaces between characters and using the correct case, since the input fields are case sensitive. Then, click on the ‘Login’ button.

How to View Your USPS Earnings Statements.

After you successfully log into your USPS ePayroll account, you will be able to see a list of payslips. The portal’s database has been set up to provide access to the last 40 earnings statements covering a period of 40 payment cycles. The statement list will appear in chronological order based on their printed pay date.

From this page, you will also be able to choose and change your statement preferences. USPS employees can have their statements delivered by mail as a paper copy, or view them in their online format. Your current statement delivery settings are shown right above the statement list. If you need to change your settings, click on the ‘Change’ button.

If you wish to view any of your earnings statements, click on the pay date and you will be shown the document in a new browser window. If you want to print out the statement, simply click on the ‘Print This Page’ button located towards the top of the new window.

Additional Pay and Deductions on Earnings Statements.

In addition to basic earnings, USPS staff may receive premium pay, compensation, or allowances that cover equipment maintenance or locality pay. These are considered additional payments and can be viewed online using the USPS ePayroll portal. If you were entitled to additional payments within any given pay cycle, these will appear in the relevant earnings statement under ‘Additional Pay / Other Compensation’.

The USPS ePayroll portal can also be used to view any deductions made to your wages. Some common deductions include taxes on earnings, health care and insurance payments, and social security deductions. If applicable, these will appear under the ‘Additional Pay’ section in the relevant earnings statement.

For each pay cycle, you will be able to see both the total additional pay and deductions, and a breakdown of each individual item, whether it is additional payment or a deduction.

14 Comments so far:

  1. Dameion e Skelton says:

    My name is Dameion Edward Skelton. I worked as a rural carrier in Jacksonville AR. I quit and I need the W-2 for income tax. I have tryed to log in to liteblue but I do not have my employees I’d anymore.

  2. Yian saechao says:

    Hi I no longer work there . It’s been a year and apparently I’m still on the payroll.. please contact me back. Thank you

  3. Raymundo Gonzalez says:

    I bought back my military years back in April 13, 2021 that was received by Eagan. I sent in the full amount with the HR form and money orders and a copy of DD214. I have all my copies of the forms and the letter of acknowledgement that it was all received and processed by Eagan on 4/13/2021. I called HR today (12/08/2021) because I’m planning to retire in 02/01/2022 and my military years are showing not to be funded. What’s the point of paying off the total amount when apparently all offices are in contact with each other and now I have to provide a zero balance form to HR to proof to them that I have bought my military years back. I need for Eagan to provide the zero balance form to HR so my military years can counted towards my retirement. My name is Raymundo Gonzalez EIN# 02143051 and I’m an active USPS employee and need to be contacted with confirmation that HR has been aware that I have paid my 4 years in the military back. You can contact me on the email provided below.

  4. Mark Hutzel says:

    I am no longer an employee and I cannot access my W2. How do I get it?

  5. Amy Roberts says:

    I never received my W2 for 2021. Have contacted the Holland Post Office and no help. Was in the hospital in February and wasn’t able to do my taxes until now. This is the first time in over 25 years I never received my W2. I can’t get on to lite blue, as it states invalid employee number. It’s been saying that since 2019. I need a copy of my W2, as I need to do my taxes this Wednesday. I’m retired as of last August. Please help. We’re getting close to the deadline

  6. Tommy Hubbard says:

    How do I cancel an allotment that has been paid off, but is not on my allotment screen?

  7. Mechelle Johnson says:

    I cannot sign up for direct deposit nor can fill out my W2

  8. Gerard Bessette says:

    Most recent paystub needed for VA home refinance. This finale document will complete my to follow list

  9. Derek jones says:

    Where can I find a copy of my paystub

  10. Robert E Lyles says:

    September 12,2022

    Hello, my name is Robert Lyles, I work in the custodian department and would like to make some payroll deduction changes. I would appreciate it if someone could contact me as soon as possible or let me know where to go on “Liteblue” portal to make those changes or what the protocol is to make that happen.
    Thank you,

  11. Kelly K Gunter says:

    why can’t I get onto my payroll or my eretire, I can access everything else.

  12. Alicia Odham says:

    It is way too difficult to manage my online business with usps. I need to change my address, update my password, and check on my pay. This is ridiculous. My management team won’t help me. There have been many people in my office who are missing their pay check. I need to know the status of my pay.

  13. Travis D Young says:

    I have had a total knee replacement and I’m about ready to run out of leave. How do I go about paying for my health,dental,and vision coverage since I won’t be getting a paycheck

  14. LaShann Taylor says:

    Hello I worked as a Holiday Clerk Assistant in Louisville, Ky. I did not receive my W-2. I can no longer access liteblue.

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