What fees apply when accepting online payments from clients?


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Pleased to have you here, sisbookkeeping.

Welcome to the Community! I’d be delighted to share with you information about the fees applied in accepting payments from your clients.

In processing client payments, there are different methods you can let your clients pay the invoice you’ve sent. Just like any other merchant account processors, fees are applied for providing you with credit card processing services.

With QuickBooks Online Payments, ACH bank transfers are free. On the other hand, a transaction fee of 2.9% of the bill amount plus 25 cents is charged for credit card payments.

For additional information about QuickBooks Self-Employed invoicing and Online Payments feature, you may check out these articles:

You can always leave a comment or reach out to us again if you need further help with processing and receiving client payments. Have a great day ahead.

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