Published: 06 July 2022
The eInvoicing Team are proud to support #BOOKKEEPCON22.
eInvoicing continues to be adopted across New Zealand with many businesses and the wider government sector progressively becoming enabled to send and receive eInvoices.
Already there are more than 5,500 businesses registered to receive eInvoices, including 17 government agencies.
We have a range of information and resources to help you and your clients join the eInvoicing revolution. It’s the next step for kiwi business.
A bookkeeper’s experience with eInvoicing
Read about one of your colleague’s experiences with eInvoicing. No more headaches chasing up clients about confusing invoices.
That’s what bookkeeper and tax agent Stella Vockins most enjoys about using eInvoicing for her Manawatu business Count Me In Ltd.
Resources to help you get started
Check the software providers list to see if your accounting software can send or receive eInvoices.
As many small businesses use Xero and MYOB, links to their websites for information on how to get started are included below.
Getting started with Xero
Get started with eInvoicing in a few simple steps if you’re on a Xero Starter, Standard or Premium plan. Check out their website for instructions or watch their handy video.
Send an eInvoice(external link) — Xero Central
Register to receive eInvoices(external link) — Xero Central
What to do when you receive an eInvoice(external link) — Xero Central
Getting started with MYOB
it’s really easy to get set up to send eInvoices if you use MYOB Essentials (also called MYOB Business) or you access your AccountRight company file in a web browser.
Simply follow their quick and easy instructions and you’re good to go.
eInvoicing(external link) — MYOB
Need help communicating to your clients about eInvoicing?
We’ve developed a handy communications toolkit which includes sample emails you can send to your clients to let them know about eInvoicing and how to get started.
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