Can customers pay more than one invoice with Online Payments? If they click the link provided on the email containing the invoice, they have to do multiple transactions and then we're charged more. Can they choose multiple invoices instead?
We use Desktop Enterprise: Manufacturing and Wholesale
Thank you for choosing QuickBooks as your accounting software. In QuickBooks, you have the ability to apply one payment to multiple invoices in QuickBooks. To do this, place a checkmark in the checkmark column to the left of the invoices against which you want to apply the cumulative payment amount received. Repeat this until the total payment has been distributed to the correct invoices.
Here's a refresher:
QuickBooks automatically attributes the amount entered against all the outstanding invoices shown, from oldest to newest.
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Afaik, if you are using QB Payment, you still have to pay the processing fee for each invoice. We know another payment processor since 2020 has enabled multiple invoice payments for all QuickBooks Desktop/Pro/Enterprise (US Version) in a single transaction with a single fee.
It's not to save on the processing fee, but it's so a customer could pay as many invoices in one swoop as they want, we regularly have customers paying 8 or more invoices at once. Quickbooks Online Payments doesn't appear to allow that.
Allowing the customer to pay multiple invoices at one time isn't possible in QuickBooks Online Payment. As an alternative, I recommend looking for a third-party application that allows a customer to pay as many invoices as they like. You can use this link to find the best app that suits your business need: QuickBooks app.
You'll want to apply one payment to multiple invoices in QuickBooks Desktop. This can be done by placing a checkmark to the left of the invoices against which you want to apply the cumulative payment amount received.
I've included this article for more details: Record an invoice payment.
For future reference, check out this article to learn more about refunding customer payments: Give your customer a credit or refund in QuickBooks Desktop for Windows.
You can always reply to this post if you have further questions about QuickBooks Online Payments. I'll be here to help you.
The customer can make an intuit account and save payment info so they can pay them faster,
but they do need to add a feature where you can pay for multiple invoices at the same time.