Automated clearing house (ach) , Accounting, Basic Statistics

Automated clearing house (ach)
A across the country settlement and selection program that provides for automated submission and arrangement of resources. Although the phrase Electronic Finance Move (EFT) is technologically more comprehensive than the phrase ACH, the phrase EFT is often used synonymously with ACH...
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