If you have multiple businesses, each with its own Relay account, you can easily send money from one business to another via ACH. Instructions on how to do this can be found below!
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Adding the Receiving Business as a Payee
When sending a payment from Business A to Business B, you'll first need to add the receiving business (Business B) as a payee on the sender business's (Business A) Relay account, using the receiving business's account and routing numbers.
For a quick refresher on how to add a payee on Relay, please see Adding and Archiving a Payee.
Sending Yourself an ACH Payment
Once you've added the receiving account as a payee in the sending account, all you'll need to do is head to the Payments tab and send yourself an ACH payment!
For full instructions on how to send an ACH payment, please see How to Send a Payment (ACH, Domestic Wire, International Wire).
- How long do these types of transfers take?
- ACH transfers between two Relay business accounts typically settle much faster than the standard ACH timeline of 1-2 business days.
- Is there a fee?
- No! There are no fees for ACH payments.
- How can I transfer funds between multiple checking accounts under the same business?
- Instructions on this can be found here: Moving Funds between Relay checking accounts.
- I have multiple businesses but only one is registered with Relay. How can I add my other businesses to Relay?
- If you own multiple businesses, you can create a Relay account for each business and make them all accessible under one login. To get started, please see How to Register a Second Business in Relay Under an Existing Login.