Just schedule your bill payment at least five bank business days in advance of the payment due date, and let Chase do the rest. When you initiate a bill payment using Chase Online for Business, Chase debits the funds from your account on the day the bank starts the payment process. If the payee is set up to receive electronic fund transfers, the payment must be initiated two days before the due date, and the funds are transferred electronically from your account to your payee. If the payee cannot accept electronic payments, Chase will issue a paper check.
With Chase Online for Business, you can pay almost any person or company in the U.S. However, payments going outside the U.S., court-ordered payments, tax payments (other than those payable through the Tax Payment Service) or payments for which you must submit a document (e.g. parking tickets), cannot be paid using Chase Online.
Yes. The repeating payment feature allows you to set up a repeating payment schedule lasting as long as you require.
Yes. You may find occasions when you still need to write checks. For instance, you may want to write checks for payments that require documentation, or for payments to payees outside the U.S.
You can review up to your last 13 months of payment activity.