Get paid more ways



What are your business goals for 2019?

If they include “get paid,” we have a few updates that might help. Read on to learn about a couple of recent changes that expand your options for getting paid with Azlo.

New integrations with PayPal and Square

If you’re not familiar with our Stripe integration, it works like this: you can connect your Stripe account to Azlo and accept credit or debit card payments through Stripe for Azlo invoices.

We’ve just added a similar integration with Square — you can now link Square and accept payments through it when you send an invoice. The normal fees for Square will apply.

Additionally, we’re in the final stage of launching the same functionality with PayPal. When PayPal is ready, you will see it listed in the Integrations section of your account.

Updated Feb. 8 – The PayPal integration is now available.


Updated mobile deposit limits

One of the top requests from our customers is to increase our mobile check deposit limit. We hear you, and we’ve been working on it. We’ve made some substantial updates recently; as a result, many of you will notice that your mobile deposit limit has increased. Keep in mind that larger checks may be subject to longer holds, depending on your account history.

Learn more about check deposits, including how to deposit checks that exceed your mobile deposit limit, over here.


Lonely, but not alone

We recently sat down with Michael Dermer, entrepreneur and startup coach, to talk about concrete strategies you can use to thrive as a solo entrepreneur.

As a serial entrepreneur and founder of the Lonely Entrepreneur Learning Community, Michael has a lot of experience to share about facing—and overcoming—the challenges that come with starting a business on your own. We recorded the conversation, so you can sit down and watch it anytime.


Hi there! This post exists to offer you (hopefully) useful information but it cannot take the place of personalized professional advice. Please consult a qualified expert if you have questions about your business. Also, Azlo doesn’t endorse any third-party sites that are linked here.

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