Idaho Society of CPAs is the latest CPACharge member benefit partner
The Idaho Society of CPAs will now offer CPACharge to its members as part of a new partnership, Affinipay announced today. Designed specifically for the accounting industry, CPACharge is an online payment solution trusted by over 50,000 professionals to process credit card, debit card, or ACH payments.
“We’re proud to offer ISCPA members a powerful and easy-to-use online payment solution that was built with the needs of accountants in mind,” said Tracey Gavin, director of affinity programs for AffiniPay.
Additionally, by signing up for CPACharge, ISCPA members will have their monthly program fee waived for the first three months.
Today, 75 percent of people prefer to pay with credit or debit, and more than half of consumers don’t use or rarely carry checkbooks. CPACharge lets CPAs’ clients pay bills online with a simple click of a button, while CPAs reap the benefits of robust reporting features for easy reconciliation. CPACharge also provides top-level security protections and a dedicated in-house support team.
AffiniPay is an Austin, Texas-based financial technology company creating payment-based practice management tools for professional service markets. The company was founded in 2005 as an independent sales organization supporting online credit card transactions for professional trade associations. Through strategic partnerships and member benefit programs, AffiniPay has built technology solutions uniquely focused on the legal and accounting industries, with its popular LawPay and CPACharge programs.
CPACharge offers online payment technology developed specifically for CPAs, giving them a modern, professional way to accept credit, debit, and ACH payments. CPA clients get the payment options they want, while CPAs get the real-time reporting capabilities they need for easy, accurate reconciliation. Trust the payment experts for a peer-approved solution that’s used by 50,000 professionals and offered as an official AICPA Member Discount Partner—CPACharge.