The 2022 Nacha Operating Rules and Guidelines book uses clear, straightforward and consistent language throughout to help you understand them more easily and to assist you in finding the information you need. The 2022 Nacha Operating Guidelines contain complete discussions of each ACH Network participant type and its role and obligations in the ACH Network. (Available Late Dec-Early January)
This interactive website provides access to both the full Nacha Operating Rules & Nacha Operating Guidelines, as well as any potential supplement details. The Online Resource website has been divided into sections for easy browsing and searching of the content. This resource has been set up to allow for an easy and responsive viewing experience from a desktop computer, laptop or a mobile device with enhanced product features:
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Subscription access to the Nacha Operating Rules Online website is based on a single username/password assigned to one individual. This access is NOT to be shared among multiple users at any time during the subscription period. If any subscription and/or user account is found to be used by multiple users, the account/subscription access may be terminated.
(Available Late Dec-Early January)
Annual subscription access: Dec. 31, 2021 – Dec. 31, 2022
This Adobe-based product requires a third-party app called Flux Player to allow the Nacha Operating Rules & Guidelines content to be redeemed, downloaded to and accessed only within the app. The content is read only, ebook display identical to the hard copy book. Works on PC/Windows, Mac (OSX), Android phones and tablets, Apple IOS, and Kindle. (Available Late Dec-Early January)
Purchase your own set of Tabs for the 2022 Nacha Rules Book. Tabs provide quick reference when handling the most common ACH issues such as unauthorized returns, return deadlines, obligation of the RDFI to post ACH items, notifications of change, obligations of the ODFI, funds availability and more. (Available mid-January, 2022)
Brief overview of ECCHO and ECCHO Rules.
Complete ECCHO Operating Rules and Commentary
ECCHO Rules Exhibits (e.g., ECCHO Adjustment Matrix, Image, Quality Standards, Compensation Rules, etc.)
Appendices with valuable check references including
An everyday operational resource for ACH information, this easy-to-use guide is updated with the very latest information, including Rules compliance and the special handling of IAT entries. The guide provides RDFI responsibilities and obligations outlined in an easy-to-reference format. Return Reason codes, Notification of Change codes and an ACH Terms Glossary are included. Financial institutions have found this guide to be a very valuable education tool when training new operations employees. (Electronic Version Only)
A seven-card series including codes and timeframes for: ACH Returns, Dishonored and Contested Dishonored Returns, Notifications of Change (NOC), Special Exceptions (including Operator Rejects and Government Payments), Electronic Check Applications, IAT, WEB and TEL. These colorful and durable desktop reference cards provide fingertip access to critical information for proper handling of these ACH items. The cards also include helpful tips and commonly asked questions and answers regarding exception handling. Members overwhelmingly agree that this seven-card reference set is one of the most useful ACH resources available to them. These cards have been updated to include information about the updates to the R17 Return Reason Code for Questionable Entries. (2019)
These spiral bound cards serve as a quick reference guide to ACH returns requirements and codes. The information is sorted (primarily) by return reason, making the task of determining the correct Return Reason Code much easier. In addition to the Return Reason Codes, the document contains a Glossary of Return Terms and the requirements for the return of Government and IAT entries, Notifications of Change and ACH timeframes and record retention requirements all in one index-tabbed document.