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( +1.844.397.7462)How to record ACH payments in quickbooks Desktop?

The bigger the business, the less time there is for bills. This is why automation is such a vital strategy for modern operations. Recurring payments will ensure vendors are always paid the right amount, at the right time. 

That’s what makes QuickBooks such an important tool for every organization, big and small. You can set up recurring ACH payments for your bills and schedule ongoing customer payments. View and manage ACH recurring transactions, automatically schedule payments, or stop recurring ACH. 

The following steps cover what a recurring payment is and how to process ACH payments in QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Desktop. 

What are Recurring ACH Payments?

ACH (Automated Clearing House) is a network of U.S.-only financial institutions regulated by Nacha.

Recurring electronic ACH bank transfer payments are EFTs using eChecks for repeating bill payments. This includes transactions for things like:

  • Software subscriptions
  • eCommerce
  • Rent and lease payments
  • Loan payments
  • Insurance premiums
  • Any ongoing bills

All of these payments are automated and scheduled to go out usually on a monthly basis.

How to Set Up Recurring ACH Payments in QuickBooks

Here’s how to set up recurring ACH payments in QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Desktop to vendors and from customers. You’ll need QuickBooks Payments for recurring transactions using ACH in QuickBooks. And you’ll need a linked QuickBooks ACH authorization form from your customers. 

QuickBooks Online Recurring ACH Payments to Vendors

To pay your supplier bills with recurring ACH payments, you need a third-party app for bill pay and payables automation. 

QuickBooks Online Recurring ACH Payments from Customers or Lessees

Use this Guide to apply for and set up a QuickBooks Payments account using ACH, debit card, credit cards, or PayPal as payment methods. With QuickBooks Payments, Intuit Merchant Services provides payment processing for a small transaction fee through your connected merchant account.  

You can set up scheduled ACH customer payments using sales receipt recurring billing by invoicing customers with these quick steps: 

  1. Go to Settings ⚙ and select Recurring Transactio

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