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Pay QuickBooks Time subscription using ACH

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Learn how to pay your QuickBooks Time using ACH.

Pay for your QuickBooks Time subscription using ACH or “Automated Clearing House”. This may also be called “Direct Debit” or “Pay with Bank Account”.

Note: If you have QuickBooks Online Essentials, Plus, Advanced, Accountant, or QuickBooks Online Payroll Premium or Elite, you can use ACH to pay for your subscription there. ACH is available for US customers only.

Invoicing and Billing Dates

You will receive an invoice via email each month, on the day you activated your QuickBooks Time account. 15 days after you receive the invoice, QuickBooks Time will pull the amount from the bank account on file. The payment should settle and finalize 2-3 business days later.

Note: You can view your "bill date" (date you will receive your invoice) in QuickBooks Time. Go to Company Settings, then select Account & Billing.

Annual Renewal Notices

Annual renewal is automatic. A renewal notice will go out 15 days before your usual invoice date. This means you will receive a 30-day notice of renewal before funds are taken from your account.

Payment Failures

If you do not have enough funds when QuickBooks Time withdraws the invoiced amount from your account on file, any administrator on the QuickBooks Time account will be locked out until payment is resolved. Update your company’s billing info in QuickBooks Time for the payment to attempt to process again.

Note: You may see a Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) fee if an ACH payment fails. This is a fee charged by banks when there aren’t enough funds to cover a requested charge to the account.

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