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14 articles in this collection
Written by Ryan Neill and Peter Arbaugh

Payments

Send invoices and keep track of payments.
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Creating an invoice

Create and send an invoice to your clients
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Written by Peter Arbaugh
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Charge for a single session

Charge clients immediately for a single session of tutoring
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Written by Peter Arbaugh
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Autopay

Enable clients to pay their invoices with ease.
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How do I get paid? Options for client payment.

Receiving payments with Clark Pay
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Written by Peter Arbaugh
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Issuing refunds

Get in touch with Clark support to issue a refund to your client
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Written by Peter Arbaugh
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Clark for Students

Let Clark do the heavy lifting for you and make payments with ease
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Written by Ryan Neill
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Canceling an Invoice

Accidentally billed for the wrong sessions? Here's how to delete the invoice.
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Written by Ryan Neill
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ACH Payments (for Administrators)

Your clients can link a bank account for direct payments.
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Written by Ryan Neill
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Credit and Debit Card and ACH Payment Fees (for Administrators)

Clark uses Stripe, a payment processor, to ensure safe and secure transactions. Here are the fees Stripe charges for each transaction.
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Written by Ryan Neill
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Prepaid Session Packages

An easy way to create multi-session programs and charge your clients for future sessions.
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Written by Ryan Neill
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Scheduling an Invoice Delivery For the Future

Choose when you want the client to get an invoice.
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Secure Payments With Stripe

Set it, forget it, and feel good about it.
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Written by Ryan Neill
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Setting Up Your Company Bank Account (for Administrators)

We'll deposit any revenue you earn directly in to this bank account.
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Written by Ryan Neill
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