QuickBooks HelpQuickBooksHelpIntuit

Get paid as a payable member in the QuickBooks Business Network

by Intuit Updated 3 months ago

Learn how to get paid as a QuickBooks Business Network payable member. 

If your customer is connected to you in the network, they can pay you with QuickBooks Bill Pay. You don’t need to share your ACH payment details. Your customer can manually record a bill in their QuickBooks Online account or create a bill from an invoice you send them. 

They can pay the bill without entering your ACH payment info. You’ll get the ACH payment in your deposit account. You picked this account when you created your QuickBooks Payments account. 
You can change this account or turn off this option in your Business Network profile in QuickBooks Online.

Note: QuickBooks Business Network payable member status is currently available to a limited number of QuickBooks Payments accounts. Your QuickBooks Payments account isn’t impacted. Your customers can still pay you through the instantly payable invoices you send them.

For more info about network connections, check out Learn about QuickBooks Business Network.

Receive payment with QuickBooks Bill Pay

When a network connected customer sends you a payment:

  • You’ll get an email each time your connected customer(s) pays you with QuickBooks Bill Pay as a payable network member.
  • The ACH payment gets deposited into the account you picked in your network profile within 3-5 business days.

Manage your deposit account

View and manage the account used to receive ACH payments through Bill Pay in your network profile. Your customers won’t see your deposit account info.

  1. Sign in to your QuickBooks Online account.
  2. Go to Settings ⚙, then select Account and Settings.
  3. Select the Advanced tab.
  4. Select Business Network, then select Go to my profile.
  5. Go to Deposit Account. 
  6. If you want to change your deposit account, select Change and add a new account or select a different account from the list.

Change payment settings

You can turn off this setting at any time. You’ll need to share your ACH payment info with your customers to receive payments through QuickBooks Bill Pay.

  1. Sign in to your QuickBooks Online account.
  2. Go to Settings ⚙, then select Account and Settings.
  3. Select the Advanced tab.
  4. Select Business Network, then select Go to my profile.
  5. Go to the Deposit Account section.
  6. Select Allow connections to pay me through the network, then select Off.

Disclaimers:

Product information
QuickBooks Payments: QuickBooks Payments account subject to eligibility criteria, credit, and application approval. Subscription to QuickBooks Online required. Money movement services are provided by Intuit Payments Inc., licensed as a Money Transmitter by the New York State Department of Financial Services. For more information about Intuit Payments' money transmission licenses, please visit https://www.intuit.com/legal/licenses/payment-licenses/.

QuickBooks Bill Pay: QuickBooks Bill Pay account subject to eligibility criteria, credit, and application approval. Subscription to QuickBooks Online required.

QuickBooks Business Network: Use of the QuickBooks Business Network for spam, marketing, or other activities which violate applicable Intuit Terms of Service is strictly prohibited. You may only view and connect with other QuickBooks Business Network members located in your geography. All Business Information is provided by QuickBooks customers and is not independently verified or endorsed by Intuit. Intuit reserves the right to limit your use of the QuickBooks Business Network, including your ability to connect with other members and be listed in the network per our Terms of Service.

QuickBooks Online AdvancedQuickBooks Online EssentialsQuickBooks Online LedgerQuickBooks Online PlusQuickBooks Online Simple StartQuickBooks Online SolopreneurQuickBooks Payments

Sign in now for personalized help

See articles customized for your product and join our large community of QuickBooks users.

More like this