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About ePay
ePay allows parents/guardians to pay their invoices electronically with a credit card, or with ACH. Once ePay is set up, parents/guardians can also set up auto-pay so invoices are paid automatically. Money is deposited directly into your account, so...
Options and Fees for ePay
Transaction Fees Every online payment has a $1.00 fee charged for using the service. This fee can be paid by the parent or by the child care provider. Debit and Credit Card Fees All debit card or credit card transactions have a 2.95% variable fee...
[VIDEO] Create and Verify an ePay Account
The first step towards accepting payments from parents online is to set up a Stripe account. Watch our video for more information, or scroll down for text instructions! From the menu to the left, click Accounting . Click Set Up Stripe eP...
[VIDEO] Approve Parents for ePay
Before your parents can begin paying invoices online, you must set up KidKare Accounts for them. Watch our quick video to learn more, or scroll down for text instructions! To set up a parent/guardian to pay invoices online: From the menu t...
Edit Stripe ePay Account
When you first set up ePay for your account, you specify who is responsible for transaction and credit card processing fees: you or the parent. You can change this option at any time on the Edit Stripe ePay Account page. Note: See Options and ...
[VIDEO] Use the Stripe Dashboard
The Stripe Dashboard is a central repository for your payout information. It displays your current balance, payout account, and any recent payouts you've received. This is also where you go to manage your payout accounts.  Watch our video ...
ePay Settlements Report
The ePay Settlements report lists payments made through ePay. It includes the payment status, invoice number, billed to, payment date, invoice amount, and payment amount. From the menu to the left, click Reports . Click the Select a Category ...
Form 1099-K
If you received over $20,000 (or 200 transactions) in parent payments via ePay for a calendar year, you should have received a Form 1099-K information report. This form lists the gross amount of all reportable payment card transactions/third-party n...