Create ACH files from QuickBooks data – requesting payments from customers – ready to submit to your bank
Create NACHA files containing ACH orders requesting money from your customers.
The ACH Payments Creator integrates directly with QuickBooks and is available from the QuickBooks Banking menu.
Use it to create NACHA files containing payment orders – payments from your customers – using payment and sales receipt transactions recorded in QuickBooks with the “ACH” payment method.
It creates NACHA files that are ready to submit to your bank. (NACHA files are specially formatted text files that contain ACH payment data. Many banks will accept these files directly.)
How it works
The ACH Payments Creator searches for payments and sales receipts in your QuickBooks file for customers who have with bank routing and account numbers you’ve set up using custom fields. It uses the payment amounts to create a NACHA file that contains payment orders requesting money from your customers.
A printable summary report includes the number of orders and the total dollar amount of the orders included in each NACHA file created.
There are several key benefits/features to using the DD file creator:
Integrate seamlessly with QuickBooks.
- Choose options to match the way you record your Payments and Sales Receipts in QuickBooks.
- Create NACHA files that will group your payments in daily deposits or deposit them individually.
- Compared to accepting Credit Card payments, ACH orders are typically very inexpensive. They are usually just a few cents each no matter the amount of the payments.
- Pay only your bank’s fees when submitting ACH files, if any. Some banks offer ACH upload to business customers no charge, and others charge a small amount per ACH order.
Create orders with no additional data entry
- Create orders from your payment and sales receipt transactions.
- Transactions using the special “ACH” payment method are included in your NACHA file.
Bank account numbers for your ACH orders are stored on your customer records and are pulled automatically from QuickBooks along with your payments
- The instructions include steps to add the bank account data to your customers.
- When processing orders from your payments, the app will warn you if custom bank account data is missing or incorrectly entered.
Create Prenote NACHA files
- Some banks suggest Prenote files so they can confirm that the recipient bank information is correct.
Multiple bank & company Files
- Use with as many company files as needed. There is no per company charge. Configuration information such as bank and routing numbers are remembered per bank account, so you can create NACHA files for multiple accounts, either in one company file or different company files.
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1.09: Not correctly calculate the batch total check sum where there are multiple batches.
1.08: Fix an issue where the summary record at the end of the NACHA file showed a negative amount.
1.06: Update the Backup menu items.
1.05: Make sure the customer name is included for each payment. Use the internal QB customer ID as the customer ID.
1.02: Initial release