A 2012 proposal to enable the processing of electronic transactions on the same day they're initiated died unceremoniously. But now there's a renewed push for faster payments.

The new goal — laid out Tuesday by Nacha, the bank industry group that sets the rules for the network that connects every U.S. bank and credit union — is to phase in same-day capabilities in three stages, rather than all at once.

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