If I am showing payment for a 90 minute massage would the name of the client go under "transaction" or would the service go under "transaction"?

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Thanks for posting in the Intuit Community, arclark2020,

Allow me to share information on how invoice payments work in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

If you are using the QuickBooks Payments service for receiving the invoice payment, it will generally take 2-3 days to receive the funds for a credit card payment. However, if you're using an ACH Bank Transfer, it generally takes up to 5-7 business days.

The payment will show in your QuickBooks Self-Employed account once it’s posted to your bank. Just make sure that the bank account is successfully connected.

For future reference, I’m attaching some helpful article for your information:

Feel free to keep in touch if you have any other questions about invoice payments in QuickBooks Self-Employed, I’d be happy to answer it for you.

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