A Few of Our Favorite Things

Popular Blog Posts From 2020

While Rodgers’ and Hammerstein’s favorite things may have been raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens and warm woolen mittens, for Nacha some of our favorite things include Direct Deposit and Split Deposit. Throughout 2020, we shared some of our favorite things in posts from Hollywood to a community church in Maryland to tips for simplifying your financial life.

  • Direct Deposit: As Easy as it Gets: Some things in life seem destined to be complicated. Assembling furniture from Ikea? Complicated. Deciphering your cellphone bill? Complicated. But Direct Deposit? Easy peasy!
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  • Simplify Your Financial Life by Using Automatic, Electronic Payments: In the best of times, things can get hectic in a hurry. And the last few months haven’t exactly been the best of times. Which makes it that much more important to simplify your financial life.
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  • ACH Helps Victory Grace Center Stay on Mission: Teressa Frazier and her finance team had a routine. Immediately after worship service every Sunday at Victory Grace Center, they would walk around handing out envelopes containing paychecks to church staff and contractors. But that was before COVID-19 closed down in-person worship services.
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  • Direct Deposit Goes Hollywood, Working for Some of the Biggest Names in TV and Movies: There’s a “Seinfeld” episode where Jerry gets hundreds of checks—each for 12 cents—as residuals for appearing on the “Super Terrific Happy Hour,” and winds up with writer’s cramp from endorsing them. The good news now is that whenever that episode—or any other “Seinfeld” episode—plays on TV, the real Jerry can collect his residuals by Direct Deposit.
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  • Veterans Day and Every Day, Direct Deposit Serves Those Who Serve: Every hour of every day, in corners of the world near and far, the men and women of the United States armed forces are hard at work keeping us safe. That’s why it’s important to pause every Nov. 11—Veterans Day—to remember the sacrifices so many have made for the rest of us.
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  • JML Electric: Choosing ACH as Their Small Business Grows: Like the rest of the world, when COVID-19 hit, Jeffrey and Grace Littlejohn were concerned. And like many small- and medium-sized businesses, their family-run residential electrical services company experienced a steep decline in March and April. But a few months later, business began to pick up once again, and ACH payments have proven immensely helpful.
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