how do you add banking information to get paid

where do I find the banking page


Thanks for joining the Community, mudpiles,

Let me get the help you need in adding bank information.

If you’d want to let your clients pay you online. Here’s what you’ll need to do to set up bank detail:

  1. Click Invoices in the left navigation menu.
  2. Click Create invoice button at the upper right hand.
  3. At the bottom of the invoice, choose Set up payments.
  4. Step through the application process and enter the requested info. You'll be asked for standard financial details upfront. Don't be alarmed, your data is safe. Intuit follows very strict privacy and security policies.
  5. When you're done applying, you'll return to the invoice you started. You can complete the invoice and send it off, or simply close the page.

After signing up for online payments, keep in mind that it takes up to 3 business days to get approval, which you'll receive via email.

For additional insight into this feature, you can check this article: Let your clients pay you online. This resource is a good place to start at when using this feature.

Should you have questions about this, or anything else, please let me know. I’m always here to answer it for you. Have a good day!

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