Each unit is charged for the number of members in the unit each month.
There's no commitment to sign up. Try it for free and cancel at any time.
With every qualified referral on a new unit account both Snackos will get three months of member fees waived.
Manual Payment Entry
With this default option Snackos can manage payments outside of the US Snacko platform and enter the payment manually to maintain proper accounting.
Members can use and save Credit, Debit, and Checking accounts to make payments online and in our apps. Card readers available for in person payments.
Connect your Square or Paypal account to process card payments. Use Square or Paypal hardware to process swipe, chip, and contactless payments with the US Snacko apps.
The Snacko App enables Snackos to take credit card payments in person. From the Snacko app you can also view your unit balance totals, manage individual members and view their Snacko Bill details, and even invoice items to one or more members snacko bills. View in App Store
Snacko Register for iOS
Our Register App for iPad allows you to sell items or let your members view and pay their Snacko Bill at any time from your point of sale kiosk. With a tap members can add items to their tab, updating their snacko bill in real time. Members can also passcode protect their tab to prevent unauthorized purchases. At your discretion you can turn on cash payments and set limits for cash purchases and Snacko Bill payments. View in App Store
Our legal compliance guide will help you help you determine what you need to do to make sure you're adhering to legal regulations and what your annual filing requirements are with the IRS.
Did you know there are limits and restrictions for private organizations operating on base? Even unofficial MWR activities like snack bars are subject to AFI.
Most Snacko operations are operating as unincorporated non-profits whether they know it or not. Learn when and why to incorporate and what your state tax responsibilities are.
Do you know your IRS reporting requirements? Being a non-profit does not automatically make you tax-exempt, and even tax-exempt organizations have to file annual with the IRS.