View and save monthly invoices

Applies to editions of G Suite and other paid subscriptions in your Google Admin console.

If you purchased your service from a reseller, go here instead |  Do I have a reseller?

If you have an invoiced billing account (not automatic payments), go here instead.

Get a monthly invoice for your Google subscription in email, or at any time in your Google Admin console.

If you're deleting your organization's Google Account or any paid subscription, you should first download and print your invoices as described below, and print your payment receipts.

Understand your email invoice

If you set up automatic payments for your Google subscription, we email you an invoice at the start of each month for your previous month’s activity. This invoice is for information only. No action is required on your part.

Details in the monthly email include the invoice number, your service account name, your billing ID, and instructions on how to view or update your billing information. Details also include:

Invoice item Description
Bill To The Business Address specified in the Billing profile section of your billing account
Domain Name The primary domain name of your service account
Description

The service and associated cost—for example, usage or commitment renewal. Here are some examples:

  • G Suite Basic: Usage of 2 seats—Indicates payment for 2 users of G Suite Basic on the Flexible Plan
  • Domain Registration: Commitment renewal—Indicates annual renewal payment for domain registration
Interval

The period during which the costs are incurred

Quantity The number associated with subscription—for example, 6 licenses, one domain registration, or annual commitment renewal.
Tax The amount of sales tax charged, if applicable
Amount The actual cost incurred and paid

Download or print a monthly invoice

You can download an invoice as a PDF or CSV file. Print the PDF or import the CSV into a spreadsheet program.

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. From the Admin console Home page, go to Billing.
  3. Choose an option:
    • Click your subscription.
    • Click Actionsand thenAccess billing account.
  4. Under Transactions, look for your 2 most recent invoices:
    1. To the right of the invoice you want, click Download .
    2. Select PDF or CSV format.
  5. (Optional) To find an older invoice that’s not shown:
    1. Click View Transactions And Documents.
    2. At the top right, click the Down arrow "" and select a date range.
    3. In the top left under Documents, under CSV Invoice or PDF Invoice, click the invoice number.

Recently changed your billing information? You can regenerate an invoice to show updated account information, such as your billing address, purchase order number, or VAT ID. Next to the PDF Invoice, click the Down arrow "" and select Regenerate invoice with updated information. This doesn't update transactions, such as payments or credits.

Don’t see an invoice for a particular month? It might not be available yet. Each month’s invoice is available after the first day of the following month. For example, your April invoice is ready after May 1. Also, official PDF invoices may take up to a week to be available after CSV invoices. If your invoice isn’t available but you’ve made payments, you can always print a payment receipt.

Electronic invoices and VAT (European Union customers)

If your billing country is in the European Union (EU), your electronic invoices include:

  • Your payments
  • Our value-added tax (VAT) ID
  • Your VAT ID (if you indicated it in your billing profile)

These invoices comply with the EU requirements of the VAT Directive (Article 226, Council Directive 2006/112/EC) and are valid for your local tax authorities. Contact your tax advisor or local government if you have questions.

Note: The Google European headquarters is located in Dublin (Google Ireland Ltd.). Customers with an EU billing address are billed and serviced according to Google Ireland Ltd. VAT won’t be included in your service costs if your business address is within the EU, but outside of Ireland. If this applies to you, you qualify to self-assess your VAT at your EU member state’s local rate.

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