The Addenda record creation requires either ACH Universal Corporate or Advanced (Processor) edition.
Paying taxes is easy. However, sending the remittance information, so you (or your client) gets credit is the tricky part.
ACH Universal creates the Addenda records, also called the '7' or TXP record.
This is commonly referred to as a CCD+ transaction.
ACH Universal can help you create:
--Tax payments in the TXP10 format, and in any format
Includes Federal, State and local taxes such as cigarette, liquor, lottery and excise taxes.
TXP*651122334*94105*120901*1*300000*2*104400*3*430000*3435\ (941 Federal Payroll)
TXP*651122334*0108M*120901*1*T*23900******YOURCO*120901*3435\ (State Excise Tax)
--Child support in DED/CS formats
DED*CS*FD146*110204*54789*6576562134*N*DOE, JOHN*28001\ (State child support)
--Private sector payments in RMR, or any format.
RMR*IV*8045551212**34563\ (Telecommunications payment)
656876532*34563 (Simple account number with payment)
1. Setup a Tax profile for each agency you want to pay.
Profiles tab > select Add.
Enter the payment information as you normally would.
Note: When adding a Government Agency, rather than a Vendor profile, ACH Universal will auto-populate as CCD.
Turn on and enter the addenda format.
This will be covered in great detail in subsequent pages. Save your work when complete.
Create the transactions using one of these methods:
a. Manually add a payment
Note: If you used tags for the tax period ending date or verification numbers, these fields will be available to you here.
b. Use Quick Pay and Recurring
You can use the Quick Pay and Recurring entries windows for any payment that has an Addenda record. Please note that, by definition, these windows are batch oriented and do not provide fields to populate period ending dates, etc. If you require these fields, use the 'Add a Record' form.
c. Import transactions using 'Profiles'
Import as you would any other Profile-based vendor. [See "Profiles"]