See whether a payment has been sent, viewed, paid, or failed so you can take appropriate action. Plus, our automated reminders will nudge your clients to pay without the awkward conversation.
Create simple and clean online invoices easily, without the need for a design tool.
Add a payment step to schedulers to get paid once an appointment is booked.
Get paid for your webinars, workshops and events easily.
It's just simple, it doesn't need to be explained to clients and it helps so that you can focus on your interactions with clients instead of worrying where's this link, those notes.
Stripe processes all our payments, and they charge a 2.9% + $0.30 per successful card charge. Practice doesn’t charge anything on top of Stripe’s fees.
Currently, we only integrate with Stripe, one of the world’s largest payment processors. Stripe is free to sign up for, and will charge you only on successful transactions.
Once a payment is successful, you’ll see the money in your bank account in 1-3 business days.
Yes! You have the ability to manually check off invoices as paid. So if your client drops off a bag of cash, you can check that invoice off as paid and stay up to date. Also, congratulations on being paid with a bag of cash!
Absolutely. We take security and privacy very seriously, especially for payments – which is why we’ve partnered with Stripe for payment processing. Stripe has been certified to PCI Service Provider Level 1 which is the most stringent certification status in the payments industry. We don’t mess around.
Yes! You could say that Practice offers online invoicing for small businesses exclusively since solopreneurs are our customers.
For your client invoices, you should have an invoice number, your business name and logo, contact information for you and your client, payment due date, description of services and rates, taxes and total amount due.
You'll want your invoice to have clear sections that are commonly recognized patterns. A section for itemized services, a column for quantity and prices, and a row at the bottom for totals.
Learn more about client invoice templates.