How ACH works: A developer perspective - Part 4

At Gusto, we rely heavily on the ACH network to pay employees and to remit various payroll taxes to federal and state agencies on behalf of our clients. We even use the ACH network for remitting employee-initiated donations to non-profits from their paycheck. In part 1 of this post, I…

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How ACH works: A developer perspective - Part 3

At Gusto, we rely heavily on the ACH network to pay employees and to remit various payroll taxes to federal and state agencies on behalf of our clients. In part 1 of this post, I outlined the basics of how we originate ACH debits and credits. In part 2 of…

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How ACH works: A developer perspective - Part 2

At Gusto, we rely heavily on the ACH network to pay employees and to remit various payroll taxes to federal and state agencies on behalf of our clients. In part 1 of this post, I outlined the basics of how we originate ACH debits and credits. About 95% of the…

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How ACH works: A developer perspective - Part 1

Note: This is the first post of a 4-part series. Afterwards, read part 2, part 3, and part 4. The Automatic Clearing House (ACH) network is the primary way money moves electronically through the banking system today. At Gusto, we rely heavily on the ACH network. For example, when a…

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Solving the double-click in Backbone.js

“No! No! You can't triple stamp a double stamp! You can't triple stamp a double stamp, Lloyd!” -Harry from Dumb and Dumber A common problem in Backbone.js apps comes from users furiously double clicking submit buttons, resulting in multiple Ajax requests being submitted to the server. Underscore.js has…

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