invoicing & payment splitting

Pay your talent
& track manger commission

Pay your talent
& track manger commission

Pay your talent
& track manger commission

On July, brand payments are split between creators, managers and agencies automatically.

On July, brand payments are split between creators, managers and agencies automatically.

How Payments work on July

step 1

Send invoices

Send invoices

Link creators and managers to invoices, add deliverables, and you're done. We'll send automatic payment reminders and notify you when brands pay.

Link creators and managers to invoices, add deliverables, and you're done. We'll send automatic payment reminders and notify you when brands pay.

step 2

Get paid & review splits

Get paid & review splits

Brands can pay your invoice via ACH, credit card, or direct wire transfer. When a new payment comes in, you can view and edit the split before it's paid out.

Brands can pay your invoice via ACH, credit card, or direct wire transfer. When a new payment comes in, you can view and edit the split before it's paid out.

step 3

Pay your talent automatically

Pay your talent automatically

Payments are automatically distributed on a schedule that you set. You can also withdraw money manually at any time.

Payments are automatically distributed on a schedule that you set. You can also withdraw money manually at any time.

Frequently asked questions

Can payment splits be adjusted?

Yes, any payment split can be adjusted (even after the brand pays).

What if there's more than one creator or manager?

Add as many creators or managers as you want – July supports unlimited payment splitting between parties.

How do brands pay invoices?

Brands can pay invoices using ACH, credit card, or direct wire transfer. This means July will work even if brands use a third-party payments tool, like Lumanu or Bill.com.

How do creators get paid?

Creators are paid automatically on a schedule that you set, but can also be paid manually at any time.

How do managers get paid?

July tracks exactly how much commission each manager has earned,but doesn't pay managers directly. Agency and manager earnings are both paid to the agency, and it's then the agency's responsibility to pay their managers.