wikiHow to Make ACH Payments

ACH = AUTOMATIC CLEARING HOUSE

Three Parts

Understanding ACH Payments

Making ACH Credit Payments

Making ACH Debit Payments

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Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments are an electronic funds transfer from one bank account to another. ACH payments have been around for over forty years and were developed with the intention of being faster, safer, and more efficient than the use of paper checks to transfer funds. Many businesses and government entities have long used ACH payments to direct deposit paychecks, for instance, and they have also gained popularity among individuals as a way to pay taxes and recurring bills. Setting up ACH payments is normally a fairly simple process. That said, it is helpful to understand how they work, the variations and risks involved, and the basics of setting up ACH payments either through your intended payee or your financial institution.

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REVISED: David Robinson is an Author and Journalist living in the mid-coast area of Maine. He is a Graduate and Alumni of the Brunswick Police Academy. He served as a JUROR seated on the Cumberland County, Maine, Grand Jury for the first four-month session of 2014. Publisher Robinson served 3 months of a 4-month sentence for Conspiracy to defraud the United States, at the FCI Berlin minimum security Satellite Camp in Berlin New Hampshire, as retaliation after he and a friend sued the IRS, unsuccessfully, for Unfair Trade Practices, under Title 15 of the US Code. +++ Maine Lawsuit Against The IRS: For Unfair Trade Practices (http://tinyurl.com/hm8gdls) +++ Failure to File & Conspiracy: United States vs. Messier & Robinson - No. 2:14-cr-00083-DBH (http://tinyurl.com/gwdyaps) +++ On Appeal from the United States District Court for the District Court of Maine / REPLY BRIEF OF ROBINSON (http://tinyurl.com/zyp9f3x) +++ Books by David E. Robinson (http://tinyurl.com/zrr9bxb)
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