Frequently Asked Questions:
Host Invoicing Policy 2021
Why does Boomerang use PayPal for payments?
Where do I put my HST# on my Paypal invoice?
Do I need to break down my ticket sales and flat rate fees for each workshop on my invoice?
Yes! Please breakdown your invoice so that there is a line item for the ‘flat rate standard fees’ (including bonus if applicable) and an additional line item for ‘ticket sales’ for each workshop. To review these instructions in more detail, review our How-to Create a Paypal Invoice doc here.
Does PayPal charge a fee?
When are invoices due?
Invoices are due on the 7th day of every month for all workshops held in the previous month. For example, you will need to submit your invoice for June workshops that took place from June 1 - 30th by July 7th. Please refer to page 4 of our Host Invoicing Policy for more information.
What is the earliest date I can send my invoice?
When will invoices be paid?
Why can hosts only invoice once a month?
How do I create an invoice using Paypal?
Why can’t I invoice via my own invoicing Platform?
Do I need a Paypal account in order to invoice Boomerang?
Do I need a PayPal Business Account or Personal Account?
What happens if I miss submitting my invoice during the invoicing period?
Who pays the fee to PayPal?
PayPal’s fees are payable by the account holder (you, the host). Boomerang is not responsible for paying these fees.
Who can I talk to if I have more questions?
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