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Object Index

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Payment
V1
Square V1 APIs

We recommend using the Square API (V2) for all new development when possible. See When to use Connect V1 to learn more about working with V1 endpoints.

A payment represents a paid transaction between a Square merchant and a customer.

Payment details are usually available from Connect API endpoints within a few minutes after the transaction completes.

Each Payment object includes several fields that end in _money. These fields describe the various amounts of money that contribute to the payment total:

  • Monetary values are positive if they represent an increase in the amount of money the merchant receives (e.g., tax_money, tip_money).
  • Monetary values are negative if they represent an decrease in the amount of money the merchant receives (e.g., discount_money, refunded_money).

Properties

Name Description
id
string

The payment's unique identifier.

merchant_id
string

The unique identifier of the merchant that took the payment.

created_at
string

The time when the payment was created, in ISO 8601 format. Reflects the time of the first payment if the object represents an incomplete partial payment, and the time of the last or complete payment otherwise.

creator_id
string

The unique identifier of the Square account that took the payment.

device
Device

The device that took the payment.

payment_url
string

The URL of the payment's detail page in the merchant dashboard. The merchant must be signed in to the merchant dashboard to view this page.

receipt_url
string

The URL of the receipt for the payment. Note that for split tender payments, this URL corresponds to the receipt for the first tender listed in the payment's tender field. Each Tender object has its own receipt_url field you can use to get the other receipts associated with a split tender payment.

inclusive_tax_money
Money

The sum of all inclusive taxes associated with the payment.

additive_tax_money
Money

The sum of all additive taxes associated with the payment.

tax_money
Money

The total of all taxes applied to the payment. This is always the sum of inclusivetaxmoney and additivetaxmoney.

tip_money
Money

The total of all tips applied to the payment.

discount_money
Money

The total of all discounts applied to the payment.

total_collected_money
Money

The total of all discounts applied to the payment.

processing_fee_money
Money

The total of all processing fees collected by Square for the payment.

net_total_money
Money

The amount to be deposited into the merchant's bank account for the payment.

refunded_money
Money

The total of all refunds applied to the payment.

swedish_rounding_money
Money

The total of all sales, including any applicable taxes, rounded to the smallest legal unit of currency (e.g., the nearest penny in USD, the nearest nickel in CAD)

gross_sales_money
Money

The total of all sales, including any applicable taxes.

net_sales_money
Money

The total of all sales, minus any applicable taxes.

inclusive_tax
PaymentTax [ ]

All of the inclusive taxes associated with the payment.

additive_tax
PaymentTax [ ]

All of the additive taxes associated with the payment.

tender
Tender [ ]

All of the tenders associated with the payment.

refunds
Refund [ ]

All of the refunds applied to the payment. Note that the value of all refunds on a payment can exceed the value of all tenders if a merchant chooses to refund money to a tender after previously accepting returned goods as part of an exchange.

itemizations
PaymentItemization [ ]

The items purchased in the payment.

surcharge_money
Money

The total of all surcharges applied to the payment.

surcharges
PaymentSurcharge [ ]

A list of all surcharges associated with the payment.

is_partial
boolean

Indicates whether or not the payment is only partially paid for. If true, this payment will have the tenders collected so far, but the itemizations will be empty until the payment is completed.

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