Visit Deposits on your online Square Dashboard to view deposit details and your full deposit history. Review this quick guide to discover valuable deposit reporting tools.
Identify Payments Included In Deposits
- From Deposits: Use the date-selector tool at the top-left of the page to refine the date range of your deposit search. Note: Click the middle of the date-selector tool to see a full calendar view.
- Click on any deposit in the list to view details, including the last three digits of the bank account where the deposit was sent, and the individual card payments included in the deposit.
If you’re reviewing a deposit and don’t see all of the payments you were expecting to receive for that day, these payments were most likely included in the following deposit. Payments accepted before 23:59 on Thursday may be included in your Friday deposit and will be deposited into your bank account on Monday evening.
Learn about our Square’s standard deposit schedule.
Download Your Deposit History
- From Deposits, click the date-selector tool at the top-left corner to choose the date range you’d like to view.
- Click the location selector to philtre your deposits by location.
- Click Export > Spreadsheet at the top-right corner of the page.
A spreadsheet will download to your computer as a CSV file, which you can open with your preferred spreadsheet software.
We also provide integration with different accounting softwares. Learn more about our accounting partners and how to integrate your Square account.
Create Deposit Tags
If you’re using the same bank account for multiple locations or Square accounts, use deposit tags to identify which location is linked to a specific deposit.
- From Locations, click a specific location.
- Enter a deposit tag under Bank Information.
- Click Save.
Can’t Find Deposits?
Payments accepted with Square are sent directly to your linked bank account based on Square’s deposit schedule. If you can’t find a deposit, review the information below to make sure you’ve ruled out common issues:
- Check Square’s deposit schedule cutoff times. If payments were accepted after midnight or your customised close of day, those payments will be sent in your next deposit.
- Deposits aren’t sent on weekends. Payments accepted on Saturday or Sunday are sent to your linked bank account by 16:00 on Monday and may post on Tuesday morning, depending on your bank’s processing speed.
- Most banks are closed weekends and holidays, so deposits sent by Square are usually delayed during these times.
- Make sure the payments you’re expecting have completed.
- Make sure all payments were processed as card payments and not recorded as cash, check, or other tender. Money isn’t actually processed through Square with the cash, cheque and other tender options.
- Check that your bank account is verified. If you take payments before linking your bank account, money will remain in your account balance until your bank is verified.
- Check if a deposit is pending. Pending deposits will complete and should arrive in the next 1-2 business days.
- Make sure your Square account isn’t linked to a closed bank account. Learn what to do if deposits were sent to a closed account.
- It can take a few business days for deposits to show up, based on your bank’s processing speeds. Contact your bank to get information about their processing times.
- If you have multiple Square accounts or locations, make sure your device was signed into the Square account or location associated with the linked bank account. The ability to transfer funds between Square accounts or locations is not available. You can opt to transfer funds outside of Square or issue a refund and sign into the correct Square account or location to process the payment again. You’ll need the original payment card or details from your customer.
If you are still having trouble locating your deposits, check your email to see if you’ve been contacted by Square. If you have, reply to that email. You’ll also want to double check your spam folder as some email filters may automatically sort out Square’s emails.