Intuit and PayPal have expanded their integration, providing QuickBooks Online customers with a new way to accept PayPal payments.

Small business customers can now accept PayPal as payment for eInvoices in addition to existing methods like credit card or bank transfer. This feature, available now for U.S. and Australia customers, is an expansion of an integration first launched in Australia in November last year.

The new QuickBooks-PayPal integration also allows PayPal transactions to automatically import directly into QuickBooks; invoices are marked “paid” as soon as a PayPal transaction is complete; and customer data from PayPal is synced with QuickBooks when they use the feature.

This deepened PayPal integration is part of Intuit’s larger aim of focusing on the self-employed market, which is growing alongside the expansion of the so-called gig economy.

 

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