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Get paid and stay organized with QuickBooks Online

  • Accept payments online
  • Credit cards & Apple pay
  • Auto-match deposit & invoice

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You do the work, let’s get you paid

Smart payment tools make it easy to get paid

Give your customers a new way to pay
Send invoices with a Pay Now button so it’s convenient for customers to pay by credit card or Apple Pay right from the invoice.

Automatic payments
Keep customer billing information stored securely and set up recurring bills so it’s less hassle for customers and you get paid on time.

Over the phone
Say yes to getting paid, even if your customer isn’t in person. Enter your customer’s credit card to accept payments remotely.

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Track payments and see your money sooner

Effortless organization
Save time with payments matched to invoices automatically, so your books are always organized and reconciled.

Stay on top of payment status
Get real-time alerts when customers view and pay invoices and send payment reminders to let customers know a payment is due.

Next-day deposits
See your money sooner. QuickBooks deposits credit card payments in your account the next business day.2

Get a consolidated view of money coming in

Income overview
Manage your cash flow better with a dashboard that shows you all your money coming in, in one place.

Deposit Centre
Get a bird’s-eye view of all your payments and review individual payment status and fees associated with the deposit.

Make it easy to get paid, start today

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Payment processing resources for small businesses

Payment Processing: Make it simple for your small business

Offering flexible payment options, such as e-Transfer or credit card gives your customers more freedom to pay their way. There are many different payment methods, so take the time to review common payment methods before you start swiping cards or upgrading your systems.

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Common pitfalls of payment processing & cash flow problems

Healthy cash flow is often the difference between a business that survives or fails. Everything from small business payroll to inventory management to marketing depends on how much funding you have available day-to-day.

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Benefits of online payments apps

Making it easy for customers to pay you quickly is one of the best ways to improve your cash flow. Accepting online payments lets you receive your money immediately, whether you have a brick-and-mortar location or an online sales website.

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Frequently Asked Questions

With QuickBooks Payments, you can securely email an invoice with a Pay now button. You can provide your customers with the option to pay by Credit Card and / or Apple Pay. It is up to you. When your customer opens the online invoice, they can then click Pay now and choose to Pay by Credit, or Apple Pay. When your customer pays you, your books will auto-update and your money will be auto-deposited into your bank account.

No, you can’t use QuickBooks Payments as a stand-alone payment solution. You can register to accept payments through QuickBooks once you have purchased any of the QuickBooks Online subscription options.

No. You can cancel at any time without any cancellation fees.

Yes, with a QuickBooks Payments account you can set-up recurring Payments. If a customer pays you the same amount consistently, you can navigate to the Sales Receipts workflow and choose Make Recurring to set-up a recurring credit card payment. QuickBooks will take care of the on-going payment from here.