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Bill paychecks from Bill.com

Learn about the checks you send to your vendors from Online Bill Pay (powered by Bill.com).

Send your payments fast and accurate with checks from Online Bill Pay (powered by Bill.com). We’ll show you its details and how you can combine or deposit your bill payments.

Here's what your vendors will see on the checks they receive from Bill.com:

check and invoice bill pay example from QuickBooks and Bill.com

Combine payments

When you pay bills with the same process date, you can either combine the bill payments or keep them as separate checks. Here’s a comparison:

Combine payments

  • The vendor receives one check.
  • The check stub lists the individual bill payments.
  • The vendor receives one email confirmation.
  • There’s only one fee for a check.

Separate payments

  • The vendor receives separate checks.
  • Each check stub shows the first page of the related bill.
  • The vendor receives one email confirmation for each bill payment.
  • There is a separate fee for each check.
  • Reconcile specific bills with specific checks.
  • Separate checks are necessary for a tax payment.

Deposit checks

You can deposit checks issued by Bill.com like other checks. You can also use your bank’s mobile deposit.

Note: You can’t use Electronic Check Conversion services to deposit checks issued by Bill.com. These will be rejected by our bank. Don’t worry, you can still deposit them normally.

Check expiration

When you print a check, it will expire on the 91st day after the date of issue. Only the checks issued before May 16, 2014 will not expire.

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