Can GoPayment accept HSA payment

I have the GoPayment app. I don’t have access to manage my payment type without a system admin and it says they are open on Saturday but the phone says they are xloswd


Thank you for posting here in the Community, kpittman00.

I can share some information about accepting payments here in QuickBooks. 

At this time, the program isn't capable of accepting HSA (Health Savings Account) as payment method. However, you can choose to use a third-party device, like a merchant processor to accept the payments. 

For safety and security of your payments account, only users with Full Admin access can see and change information in your account profile. And only the Master Admin can make changes of your Direct Deposit Account on file.

I can see the importance of being able to accept HSA as payment method. This will surely help you better run your business, as well as those other health care business owners. I'd suggest you send this as feedback to our Product Engineers so they'll consider it in the future enhancements of the product. You can check this article on how to send feedback online.

Check this Accepting credit card payments: The Basics article for more information.

GoPayment's Product Support is available Monday through Friday, 5:00 am to 7:00 pm and on Saturday, 6:00 am to 4:00 pm (PST). You can also check this link for more information: GoPayment.

That's it. If you require additional information about accepting payments, let me know. I'm always here to help. Have a good day. 

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