Stripe integration (Basic): Add Google Pay payment method

TaxDome offers a variety of ways for clients to pay—credit/debit card, electronic check/bank transfer, and even cash (if a client prefers paying in person). Here, we show you how to set up Google Pay, which allows your clients to send payments to your Stripe account from TaxDome using the cards saved to their Google account.

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Google Pay allows clients to pay using the cards saved to their Google account. This method doesn't share actual card numbers with TaxDome or Stripe despite the fact that all transactions are processed the same as with card payments. 

Since each payment is handled without entering payment information, clients may choose to do it with just a few clicks. 

Stripe charges the same rate for processing Google Pay as for any card transactions, and there is no additional fee from Google.

Step 1: Check that Google Pay is enabled for Stripe


Attention! Stripe will only show Google Pay when you show pricing in a supported currency and use a supported payment flow.

Google Pay is enabled on Stripe by default. To check, go to your Stripe Dashboard, then check the Wallets section. 

Step 2: Set up Stripe on Taxdome

After everything is set on Stripe, make sure of the following on your TaxDome portal:

  1. You’ve connected your Stripe account to TaxDome. Here's more on connecting to Stripe.
  2. Your default payment provider is Stripe. Go to Settings Integrations from the left menu bar. For more details, read about selecting a provider for payments.
  3. Either Bank Debits or Credit Card or Bank Debits payment method is selected in the Payments tab. This can be done only by a firm owner or admin.

When you select both, you’ll be able to specify the preferred payment method for each invoice you issue, or you can let the client choose.

What does the client see?

 Your clients will see a Google Pay option in their payment window.

The client needs to select the Google Pay option, then choose the payment method, and Confirm.

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