After the start of a new project, Upstack will send the first client invoice after 10 working days (end of the trial period). This is of course dependent on successfully passing the trial period, but for the sake of this article we consider it passed. Once Upstack has sent a client invoice, the developer will see a status of 'sent to client' attached to the invoice-able periods.
Once the invoice has been sent, it takes 2 days for the payment to process. Once these 2 days pass, the developer will be able to see a status of 'paid by client', meaning that their invoice can be sent.
We offer developers the possibility to be paid twice per month (dependent on client contract), with invoicing cut off periods being the 15th and 30th of every month. All Upstack talent, can send invoices up until those periods (only for periods paid by clients) and the usual time to process payments is 2-3 business days.
Our talent can use the Upstack portal to do so, as it allows developers to generate invoices, have them sent to the Upstack Accounts Department all the while seamlessly transferring the payment information to Payoneer.
More information on this matter will be supplied during your initial interview, as well as during your onboarding period (when a project starts).
If you have any questions feel free to contact Robert Dragne - Upstack Client Success Manager - email@example.com.