In this guide, you will learn how to connect your QuickBooks Online company to Stripe via Synder with the help of Stripe QuickBooks Online integration. Once you finish your settings, the app will start receiving your Stripe transactions and import data with all necessary details in QuickBooks. Follow easy steps in the helpful guide, and enjoy seamless synchronization.
Connect QuickBooks Online to Synder
f this is your first integration with Synder you would need to connect your QuickBooks company first. Please follow the steps below.
1. Click on the plus icon at the top right of the page
2. Choose “Add QuickBooks/Xero company”
3. Select “Connect to QuickBooks”
Connect Stripe to Synder
Now you are on the step 2 where you can Connect payment platform. If you already have your accounting company connected and you want to access this page follow the steps below:
1. Please click on the plus icon at the top right of the page
2. Choose Payment Platform
3. Select the payment processor needed (Stripe) in the drop-down menu
One-click setup (preferred)
Now you have an option to go for the quick set-up option.
1 – I’m ok to start – Most of the users prefer this set of configurations for syncing their online transactions. You can adjust the most important ones right in this tab and click I’m ok to start and return to settings after if that will be needed.
The app will create a “Stripe Bank Account” in your QuickBooks Online, it is a clearing account to store all your sales and fees in one place. Once Stripe transfers the money to the bank, Synder will also record a transfer from the clearing account to your checking account in your QuickBooks Online for easy reconciliation. Make sure you enabled Payouts and specified there your checking account, then the app will do the bookkeeping for you in full.
2 – Go-step-by-step – You can choose Go-step-by-step and go through detailed configuration. Please check out how to customize Stripe settings this guide for more detail synchronization.
Congratulations! Your account is set and ready to import and sync.
* Learn more about our recommended setup in Synder setup guide.