ACH debit transaction

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Important reminder!

Licenses for Payroll CS, Trial Balance CS, and Write-Up CS (but not Engagement CS) permanently expired on March 1, 2017.

For details, see CSA license expiration 2017 – frequently asked questions.

Some processes documented in the Help & How-To Center are no longer applicable, due to the discontinuation of these CSA modules.

An ACH Debit transaction is the converse of the ACH Credit. The ACH Debit method allows you to transfer funds by giving the Treasury permission to electronically debit a bank account you control for the amount of your tax deposit. The ACH Debit transaction is then initiated and posts against the taxpayer's bank account on the date specified by the taxpayer. The government typically pays the cost of the ACH debit transaction. The taxpayer is responsible for any fee their financial institution may charge for the actual transfer of funds.

For ACH debits, the taxpayer is responsible for:

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