Faster payments happen in QuickBooks.

  • Email invoices with a Pay Now link
  • Accept online & mobile payments
  • QuickBooks updates instantly

Faster payment processing is easy with QuickBooks.

See how effortless online and mobile credit card processing can be when you accept payments in QuickBooks.

Two simple pricing plans.
Choose what's best for you.

Pay-as-you-go Low monthly rates

$0/ month

Only pay per transaction

Bank transfer (ACH) rate: 50
Swipe qualified rate: 2.40% + 25
Keyed qualified rate: 3.40% + 25

$19.95/ month

Pay less per transaction

Bank transfer (ACH) rate: 50
Swipe qualified rate: 1.75% + 25
Keyed qualified rate: 3.15% + 25

More about QuickBooks Payments

Things you'll love about both plans

All your payment processing needs are built into QuickBooks. Accept credit cards, debit cards, and bank transfers (ACH) online, and get paid with your iPhone®, iPad® or Android™ device.

Edition details

For QuickBooks Online a compatible Web browser is required. For QuickBooks Desktop, QuickBooks 2015 software is required.

No termination fees Available support Automatic backups Money back guarantee

How It Works

Send invoices

Email invoices right from QuickBooks with a Pay Now link, letting customers pay you instantly online or from their mobile device.
Accept payments

Accept bank payments (ACH) and all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Books are auto-updated

QuickBooks updates your books automatically as soon as your invoice is paid. We auto-deposit, too.

System requirements

QuickBooks Desktop 2015
  • Laptop or desktop computer with 2.4 GHz (recommended) processor
  • Current version of QuickBooks 2015
QuickBooks Online
  • Computer with Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari 6 and an Internet connection (high-speed connection recommended).
  • The QuickBooks Online mobile app works with iPhone, iPad, and Android phones and tablets.
  • QuickBooks Online is accessible on mobile browsers on iOS, Android, and Blackberry mobile devices