UBCC Announces ACH Payments of Child Support in its Payroll Software
Universal Business Computing Company announces a major software enhancement that allows payroll service bureaus to handle child support payments electronically via the ACH network in the same way as direct deposits are handled.
“Some states are starting to require electronic payment of child support, making the electronic ACH payment enhancement a timely necessity,” commented Ken Garen, CPA, Co-founder and President of UBCC. “Payroll service bureaus using our payroll software benefit by having technology which handles these payments using the most time efficient and lowest-cost method possible,” continued Garen.
This enhancement significantly reduces the time delay for recipients receiving their funds because ACH network delivery is the next banking day. “Automating the process of creating third-party payments adds even greater efficiency to our payroll software, which is remarkable considering UBCC has always led the industry in efficiency,”
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Founded in 1981, UBCC (http://ubcc.com) is the leading provider of high volume, high productivity payroll and accounting software for payroll and accounting professionals. UBCC offers four different packages to professional accounting firms, payroll service bureaus and commercial businesses: Client Data Center, Payroll Service Bureau, PEO Enterprise, and Real-Time Accounting for Business. Modules include: Unified Payroll, General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Bank Reconciliation, Depreciation, Order Billing, Inventory Management, and Job Management. Technical support and customer service is available 24 hours a day, seven days per week. For more information, call toll-free 800-827-8610 or visit UBCC online.
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Ken Garen, Co-Founder and President
Universal Business Computing Company (UBCC)
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