I have just discovered the E-Check in "receive payments". Can someone tell me a little how this works? I think I might be interested in using it. Right now, I did an experimental sample of a payment by sending to us. How does it know which of our checking accounts to come out of or go in to? That has me a little puzzled. Can anyone help me?
It's great to have you here, @Stormy1.
I'm pleased to share some resources on how receiving an e-Check payments work in QuickBooks Desktop.
First, you need to have a QuickBooks Payments account so you'll be able to receive e-check payments. If you have an existing payments account, here's how to connect it with QuickBooks:
Once completed, you'll be able to use E-checks in receiving payments from your customers.
For additional insights, you may check out these articles:
Don't hesitate to get back to me if you have other questions about receiving payments in QuickBooks. I'm here to help.