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Everything you need to know about wholesale billing

Learn how wholesale billing works so you can pass discounts on to your clients.

How wholesale billing works

When you move a client’s company to wholesale billing, you have the option to pay the cost of their subscription or have them pay directly on their own. Either way, being part of the wholesale billing program allows you to pass along pricing discounts to your clients.

With a wholesale billing plan, if you pay for your client’s subscription, you can offer discounts off the current list price with the option to cancel at any time. You're billed monthly for clients' subscriptions. Each month, you get an itemised view of all of your wholesale subscriptions for easy tracking.

If your client decides to be billed directly, you can give your clients a pass-along discount on their subscription for a limited time.

Note: The Wholesale Billing cost is dependent on the current list price of the subscription, and is subject to change. Clients already under Wholesale Billing are not eligible for a free 30-day trial of QuickBooks Payroll.

Advantages of wholesale billing

  • Long-term discounts - Wholesale billing provides long-term discounts to your firm and clients.
  • Flexibility - Wholesale billing gives your firm flexibility for what it can offer. You can include the cost of QuickBooks as part of your firm's services and adjust your prices. Or you could simply invoice customers for a specific discounted rate. It's up to your firm.
  • Peace of mind - Your customers don't have to worry about subscriptions or fees since you handle it all for them.

Get started with wholesale billing

To get started, make sure your firm's billing and subscription info are up-to-date.

Learn how to add new clients and check out this step-by-step guide on how to manage your wholesale billing plan.

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