Learn how to accept payments on the go.
If you have QuickBooks Payments, customers can pay their invoices by credit card or ACH bank transfer.
When you're on the go, use the GoPayment app to take cash, check, and credit card payments wherever and whenever you need to. Think of it as a mobile point of sale app. You can use a Bluetooth card reader to swipe credit cards or EMV chipped cards. You can also accept Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay. And if you don't have a card reader, you can still manually enter transactions.
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Step 1: Sign up or connect an existing QuickBooks Payments account
If you haven't already, sign up for QuickBooks Payments.
Or if you already have a QuickBooks Payments account, follow these steps to connect your existing account to QuickBooks Online.
Step 2: Order and connect a card reader
Follow these steps to order your Bluetooth card reader. You can get your first chip and magstripe card reader (QB21) for free.
Once your card reader arrives in the mail, here's how to set it up.
Step 3: Process payments on the go
Now you're ready to get paid. Follow the steps based on the type of sale and the GoPayment app you have.
Note: You can pay for open invoices or take payments in advance with the green GoPayment app. However, you can't if you have the blue GoPayment app.
Step 4: Learn about deposit times for customer payments
After you process payments, QuickBooks puts the money in your bank account. It uses the bank account you picked when you signed up for QuickBooks Payments. The time it takes to get the money into your bank account depends on your product and payments plan. Learn more about deposit times for QuickBooks Payments. Note: If you're new to payments, your first payments may take a bit longer while we set up your accounts. Going forward, customer payments process much faster.