Prior to this programs release, the BB&T Positive Pay file followed the bank’s CMOL file specifications (amounts contain decimal and with leading zeroes; check numbers contain leading zeroes; and check date expressed MMDDYYYY). Should you need to use the bank’s CMOL2 version (implied decimal with no leading zeroes in amounts or check numbers and with check date expressed MMDDYY), you will need to turn on (check) both of the BB&T selections in the Generic Setup Variables (Positive Pay tab).
BB&T’s file is considered a generic file layout that may be accepted by other banks.
ARCHIVED DIRECT DEPOSIT: 8.5×11
Archival of the 8.5 x 11 direct deposit form has been enhanced so that it contains YTD Earnings for Federal, State, FICA, and Medicare tax...Read More...