ACH Services

You’re in control of your cash flow with secure electronic transfers.

Get paid faster and conquer your cash flow

With our ACH services, you can transfer money electronically to and from companies and individuals for one low monthly fee.

  • Direct deposit your payroll to your employees’ accounts
  • Pay vendors and contractors electronically
  • Receive payments from customers and clients
  • Improve your cash flow forecasting

Safe, affordable, and integrated with QuickBooks

Remember when you started your business? You probably weren’t thinking about hours spent bookkeeping. ACH services make it easier to automate transfers, so you have more time for the work you love. With ACH, you can:

  • Set up recurring transactions
  • Originate multiple transactions
  • Download data directly into QuickBooks and other accounting software
  • Reduce the number of checks you use—and prevent check-based fraud
  • Improve security, since only designated users have access

You get unlimited transactions for just $32.00 a month. Other fees include a one-time setup fee of $31.00 and returned item fee of $30.00 per item.

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Merchant Services

Make it easy for your customers to pay however they want and watch your business grow. Accept credit, debit, and gift cards for mobile, online, and point-of-sale payments.


Payroll Services

We partner with Paychex® for service that you and your employees can count on. Easily run payroll from your computer or the free mobile app, with 24/7 support.


Business Capture

Securely deposit checks right from your office, streamline your accounting, and get your money faster—with same-day credit for deposits submitted by 5:00pm ET.


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