Same Day ACH Resource Center

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Same Day ACH: Moving Payments Faster

April 9, 2016

Detailed information is provided on the Same Day ACH Rule, including rule details, technical aspects, impact and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). 

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NACHA has adopted a Rule to provide a new, ubiquitous capability for moving ACH payments faster. The Rule will enable the same-day processing of virtually any ACH payment. 

Guidance

Nation’s Financial Institutions

April 5, 2016

The nation’s top financial institutions will offer their clients Same Day ACH origination services by year-end, according to the results of a new survey conducted by NACHA. 

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Nation’s Financial Institutions On Target To Offer Same Day ACH Payments In 2016

POSTED APRIL 5, 2016

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Same Day ACH: FAQs

March 18, 2016

This Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document provides answers to common questions regarding the Same Day ACH Rule.

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What are the major provisions of Same Day ACH?

The Rule will enable the option for same-day ACH payments through new ACH Network functionality, without affecting existing ACH schedules and capabilities:  Originating financial institutions (ODFIs) would be able to submit files of same-day ACH payments through two new clearing windows provided by the ACH Operators :

Guidance

Fast Payments Tracker - March Edition

March 1, 2016
Transactis CEO and Chairman Joe Proto describes how Same Day ACH would help the underserved and unbanked. -- Who Benefits The Most From Faster Payments? As the rollout and adoption of Same Day ACH in the U.S. begins this year, the tangible changes and benefits across the payments landscape will, in turn, become increasingly apparent. Yet, there continues to be questions about who really benefits and who really wins.
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Same Day ACH Implementation & Its Operational Affect: RDFI Perspective

February 11, 2016

It is vital that Receiving Depository Financial Institution (RDFIs) and Originating Depository Financial Institution (ODFIs) examine their current operations and understand how Same Day ACH implementation is going to affect their organization from an operational standpoint. 

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Fast Payments Tracker - February Edition

February 1, 2016
PYMNTS.com February 2016 issue of Faster Payments Tracker with a featured article on how the ACH Network has continuously evolved and its next change will be to move its payments and information to same-day clearing and settlement cycles. -- DOES THE FUTURE OF FASTER BANK PAYMENTS REQUIRE SEXY SOLUTIONS? In the push toward the successful implementation of same-day transactions and realtime payments, splashy technology may not be the right fit for our financial institutions.
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Same Day ACH Guidance: RDFIs - 5:00 pm Local Time

January 6, 2016
This guidance provides information on Same Day ACH funds availability requirements and also addresses the applicability of Excused Delay to the handling of late delivery of same-day files.
Guidance

Guidance: $25,000 Per-Transaction Limit

January 5, 2016

The limit on large-dollar transactions (those ACH Entries over $25,000) applies to individual transactions; i.e., a single Same-Day ACH transaction could not be for more than $25,000. There is no similar limit on the aggregate value of a batch of Same-Day ACH transactions. Entries submitted in a same-day processing window that are over $25,000 will not be rejected by the ACH Operator, but will be processed for next-day settlement in the next available processing window.

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Guidance: RDFIs - End of Processing Day

January 5, 2016

During Phases 1 and 2 of Same-Day ACH (September 23, 2016 through March 15, 2018), an RDFI is required to make funds available from a Same-Day ACH credit in its customer’s account no later than the end of processing of transactions for that settlement date. While funds do not need to be available for cash withdrawal at that time (e.g., via an ATM), they must be available to satisfy other subsequent debit entries against the account (e.g., to pay ACH debits and checks). This Guidance provides examples for meeting this requirement.

Guidance