This spiral-bound, easy-to-use guide is designed to help financial institutions establish and maintain successful ACH origination operations.
The purpose of the ACH Corporate User Guide is to help corporations/businesses establish and maintain a successful ACH origination program. The guide explains the preliminary requirements, fundamental operations and implementation concerns regarding specific ACH payment applications.
This publication explores strategies and solutions for extending ACH products and services to financial institutions’ business and consumer customers.
The purpose of this guide is to provide a high-level, easy to comprehend understanding of the NACHA Operating Rules and Guidelines for companies originating ACH transactions. Provided in an electronic format for easy distribution.
The purpose of this publication is to provide the healthcare industry with information on payment processing between the Health Plan to the Provider and for implementing the Healthcare EFT Standard for Stage 1 Payment Initiation, as defined by the Standards for Healthcare EFTs and Remittance Advice.
The purpose of this guide is to give the reader a basic understanding of the complexities of the healthcare industry, identify key terms, review recent healthcare legislation, and discuss potential impacts on the financial services industry.
Explores developments made possible by the advent of Same Day ACH.
Written by experienced experts from both the private and the government sector, The Story of Payments: How The Industrialization of Trust Created the Modern Payments System tells the story of how payments – between people, merchants, employers and governments – emerged from the ancient system of barter and grew, through various technological implementations ranging from coins and paper money to checks, wire transfers and credit cards to today’s entirely electronic local and international payment systems.
This publication from NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association provides a review of the variations in legal requirements and processing obligations relating to the origination of ACH entries when a Third-Party Service Provider, acting as a Third-Party Sender, is involved in the origination of transactions through the ACH Network.