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ACH

Automated Clearing House

An electronic funds transfer system allowing for the instantaneous transfer of money between users for payroll deductions, tax refunds, direct deposits, and more transactions. It is run by the National Automated Clearing House Association.
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According to a NACHA survey done last November and December and released last week, 82% of financial institutions expect same-day ACH debit volume to grow "at a rapid or steady rate," and 78% expect same-day ACH credit volume to grow "at a steady rate" over the next six to nine months.
Companies might want to use same-day ACH to pay consumers or employees for a variety of reasons, he said, including disaster-relief payments, such as those made by insurers or aid organizations like the Red Cross; per diem payments; reimbursements, such as an airline's payments to customers for lost luggage; and payroll.
Message 2 describes Network inclusiveness: Large and small financial institutions of all kinds jointly govern and utilize the ACH Network, facilitating billions of payments such as Direct Deposit and Direct Payment.
A useful same-day ACH product would also help Walmart reduce its use of paper checks, Marshall says.
The Electronic Payments Network, a payments business of The Clearing House Payments Company, is the only national private- sector ACH operator in the United States.
ACH Control is available through CashPro [R] Web, LaSalle's online treasury management solution.
In contrast to the lack of protection offered by ACh or choline for the effects of DMAE on cleavage divisions, we found that either agent, introduced 10-15 min before, simultaneously with, or 30-60 min after DMAE, provided protection against the delayed-onset disruption of the later developmental events (Figure 4).
ACH data is an extremely rich source of transaction data.
The Reserve Banks and private-sector ACH operators (PSOs) rely on each other to process some transactions in which either the originating depository financial institution or receiving depository financial institution is not their customer.
A touch-tone telephone, voice telephone call or personal computer must be used for initiating ACH Debits.
ACH Alert is the 2012 recipient of the Kevin O'Brien ACH Quality Award, the highest award for quality in the ACH Network industry.