Get Your FreshBooks Invoices Paid Faster With PayPal Integration

first_imgRelated Posts FreshBooks, an online invoicing favorite among many small businesses and freelancers, rolled out an integration with PayPal Business Payments today, giving users the option to charge clients online rather than waiting for a paper check. FreshBooks has always been great at kicking out a nice-looking PDF invoice, which can be emailed to the client or printed out and sent via snail mail. Of course, even the email option requires businesses to wait a few days for the payment to be mailed or directly deposited into their bank accounts. Naturally, enabling Web-based payments tends to result in invoices getting paid faster, a fact demonstrated last year in a study conducted by Harvest, another Web invoicing provider. Folks with larger invoices to send will be delighted to know that PayPal is charging a flat rate of 50 cents for each transaction, rather than a percentage. “FreshBooks has been waiting for it since our inception in 2003,” wrote the company’s head of communications John Coates in a blog post. “Finally, we’re closer to saying goodbye to the paper check.”This feature is currently only available to businesses based in the United States. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img john paul titlow Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#biz#tips last_img

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