Direct deposit overview

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Use the application's direct deposit features to create both domestic and international ACH files. There are a number of setup and processing steps required to use direct deposit, and we recommend that you follow them in their listed order.

If you are new to direct deposit, you may find it helpful to review the terms and definitions at the end of this topic.

Special information

International ACH information

Effective September 18, 2009, all international transactions made via the ACH Network are required to use the International ACH Transactions (IAT) SEC code. This rule applies to all ACH participants and simplifies the process of identifying international transactions by requiring that IAT entries include specific data elements defined by the Bank Secrecy Act's (BSA) "Travel Rule."

In all situations it will be assumed that the transactions are originating at a bank located within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States. All IAT transactions are considered outbound items, and the destination country must be a country that accepts US Dollars. Currently the application supports international ACH transactions to Canada, Mexico, and the United States.

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Setup

Adding a bank for direct deposit

Adding a direct deposit bank account

Adding direct deposit information for employees

Adding child support information for clients and employees

Adding direct deposit information for vendors or agents

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Prenoting

Prenoting direct deposit files

Prenoting child support files

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Processing

Entering and printing payroll/vendor/agent checks

Creating ACH files

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Other

Domestic ACH File structure and contents

International ACH file structure and contents

Company entry description for vendor direct deposit transactions

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