We’ll only charge you once you earn something
Steady doesn't cost you anything until you recruit paying members. How much you pay depends on your turnover.
Your gross revenue
Your earnings equal your gross revenue minus VAT, payment fees, and Steady's fee.
We take a small part of your gross revenue (10%).
Transaction costs are incurred when members pay by credit card, PayPal or direct debit.
Starting from 1% + 20 cents
Value added tax (VAT)
The amounts paid by your members include statutory VAT. We forward this amount to the tax office.
The amount of tax depends on the member’s country of residence.
Your regular income – secure and stress-free
We enable recurring payments
You don't need to worry about billing and payment service providers. We bill your members on a monthly or annual basis.
We offer payment support
If there is a problem with payment, our support team is available to answer any member questions.
You receive a credit note each month
Instead of receiving potentially hundreds of small payments, we transfer your income to your account in one tidy lump each month.
We take care of failed payments
If a payment fails, we’ll automatically try again. If a member’s payment details are out of date, we’ll get in touch with them.
We protect you from fraud
Should there be a case of fraud, we will of course take care of it for you. We guarantee that your members' payments arrive safely.
You can choose between many currencies
You determine the currency for your Steady plan prices and your payouts.
Members pay by PayPal, credit card or direct debit.
Depending on the currency, different payment methods are available.
What we offer
Our dedicated support team is always there for you and your members.
Take care of what's close to your heart, while we take care of technology and finance.
Steady offers paywalls, adblock detection, a WordPress plugin, podcast feeds and much more.
Create a Steady page and design your membership offering to suit your needs.
You have access to statistics and membership data.
We comply with EU tax and data protection laws, including GDPR.