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Article October 31, 2022
Financial Inclusion and Direct Deposit: FDIC Report Shows Pandemic Relief Helped Encourage Bank Account Openings
The ability to quickly receive pandemic-related benefits led some of the nation’s previously “unbanked” households to open bank accounts, which contributed to a continuing decline in the number of unbanked Americans, a new FDIC report found.
Article October 5, 2022
Introducing PaymentsIQ by Nacha: The payments education that works with both your schedule and your wallet.
Article October 4, 2022
A new survey from the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) shows B2B payments are rapidly moving away from checks in favor of ACH and other electronic payments.
Article September 22, 2022
Fraud keeps changing. As it does, participants in the payments system need to understand and adapt to emerging fraud scenarios and develop counterstrategies to help protect their customers and themselves.
Article September 20, 2022
Direct Deposit continues to be the overwhelming choice for Americans to receive their wages. In its 2022 “Getting Paid in America” survey, the American Payroll Association (APA) found that more than 93% of those questioned use Direct Deposit.
Article August 30, 2022
Changes are coming in September with new late night ACH file deliveries to financial institutions that are Receiving Depository Financial Institution (RDFI) clients of both the Federal Reserve and The Clearing House.
Article August 26, 2022
Direct Deposit is a great way to save time and get your Labor Day festivities started sooner.
Article August 24, 2022
Getting dentists to switch to electronic claim payments is at the heart of Nacha's new campaign with the American Dental Association.
Article August 18, 2022
It isn’t every day that you see an increase of 1,140%. But when you look at some recent gains by Same Day ACH used for business-to-business (B2B) payments that’s exactly what happened.
Article August 11, 2022
While most Financial Institutions are entering quality data in the ACH Contact Registry, Nacha has heard about some frustrations in using the Registry.
Article August 5, 2022
Increasing the Same Day ACH dollar limit to $1 million per payment posed no greater fraud risk than the prior $100,000 threshold, a new survey by Nacha’s Risk Management Advisory Group (RMAG) found.
Article August 2, 2022
The next time you visit Nacha’s Risk Management Portal you’ll find several changes which are the direct results of industry input.
Article August 2, 2022
While ACH is as easy as ABC in the payments world, not everyone knows about the benefits of using electronic payments. That’s where Nacha’s Industry Verticals team comes in.
Article July 6, 2022
When is a payment a Micro-Entry and when isn't it? With the new Micro-Entry Rule taking effect in September, we take a closer look.
Article June 13, 2022
With one new Nacha Rule coming later this month and two others right behind in September, Nacha has a wealth of new and refreshed materials to help you along.
Article June 6, 2022
"There's always something new to learn" in the payments industry, says the 2022 Dean of the Payments Institute, Mary Gilmeister, who shares why it's important for payments professionals to attend.
Article June 1, 2022
ACH end users have consistently and constantly asked for higher dollar limits for Same Day ACH payments. In March 2020, the original limit of $25,000 was raised to $100,000. Then, two years later in March 2022, the limit was increased again to $1 million per payment.
Article May 25, 2022
During a town hall at Smarter Faster Payments 2022, Federal Reserve representatives shared developments including a rethinking of some of the ways the Fed operates.
Article May 23, 2022
Could FedNow pave the way for more ACH settlement windows? At Smarter Faster Payments 2022 there was discussion about whether FedNow's functionality could be applicable to other Fed services, including ACH.
Article May 19, 2022
DonorsChoose founder and CEO Charles Best came to Smarter Faster Payments 2022 to tell the incredible story of how his organization was created in a Bronx classroom.