Do you offer a quicker way to do the direct deposits? I read that there could be a 1% fee. If yes how do you sign up?


Greetings, bigchoppers!

There are two scenarios you can consider before signing up for an easier way of processing your payments. I'm here to share them and help you from there.

First off, the Direct Deposit feature is only available in QuickBooks Online as of this time. This is for processing your employee's payroll and paychecks.

Meanwhile, if you're referring to the processing fee of your client's payments for your invoices, there are several choices you can choose depending on your preferences.

Thus said, I've included an article you can read to learn more about processing your payments and its fees: Intuit Payments Standard Pricing Schedule.

From there, if you wish to sign up for your first payment account, you'll have to contact directly our support. You can reach them through this phone number: Which Payments Product Do you Need Help With?

Lastly, you can also read this article which can be your guide for any future task: Let your Clients Pay you Online.

If there's anything else that I can help you with, please let me know in the comment sections down below. I'll be always around ready to help.

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