Accept Online Payments With a Tax Services Merchant Account
Merchant Accounts Solutions for Tax Accountants
Whether your specialty is working with tax-paying citizens during only the traditional tax season or contracting year round to businesses of all sizes, tax service merchants need a merchant account to accept payments online. Speak with a live representative at Instabill at 1-800-318-2713 to find a custom tax services merchant account solution that fits your needs.
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A free application for a tax services merchant account is a click away by selecting the button above. Our merchant account managers are reachable by phone or the live chat option above for any questions during the application process.
Merchant Support: Always Live, One-on-One
Instabill does not employee recordings or call centers. We believe in live, one-on-one customer support and one merchant account manager assigned to your business. Instabill merchant account managers are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. US eastern time. Inquiries after business hours will be returned the very next day – guaranteed.
ACH Processing for Tax Services Merchant Accounts
The more payment options for your tax service business, the better. Along with credit card processing, Instabill offers ACH processing as well, and enables your business to securely transfer refunds into clients’ bank accounts while receiving fees directly from your clients’ refunds.
Payment Gateway: Integrate with Your Acquiring Bank
Merchants who earn approval for tax service merchant accounts will be integrated with the secure payment gateway of the acquiring bank best suited for your business. Once your website is linked to the payment gateway, you can begin accepting online payments.
Tax Services Merchant Account Fees
Instabill offers industry-competitive merchant account fees, which are determined on a case-by-case basis upon approval of your application and supporting documents. Once we match your business with one of our acquiring banking partners, the bank will consider the traits of your business such as credit card processing history, location and monthly sales volume, to accurately determine your fees.