QB Issue Resolution:

“I am sure I am not the only one using ACH through their bank…how would you or do you handle this situation?”

 

On your ACH template and initiation log, you should be able to see Pending, In Progress, Initiated, and even “date of settlement.” That means you might even be able to Cancel something set enough dates in advance. You also look to see if a batch was initiated that is the settlement date before the next is initiated. And you should be printing the ACH run and keeping it as a .pdf, for reference. That way, you initiate, you document, and if the bank drops the ball, you have your proof that it was scheduled.

 

You also can reverse ACH and under pay next time.

Resolution for Issue 'ACH Payments' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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