Understanding your billing options

 

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
    • Automatic payments: You're automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is used up, your ads will stop running.
      The manual payments setting isn't available for new accounts in the countries listed. If you can't see this option when signing up, please choose automatic payments to finish creating your account.

      Countries
      • North America
        • Canada
        • United States
      • Europe
        • Austria
        • Belgium
        • Denmark
        • Finland
        • France
        • Germany
        • Ireland
        • Italy
        • Luxembourg
        • Netherlands
        • Norway
        • Portugal
        • Spain
        • Sweden
        • Switzerland
        • United Kingdom
      • Middle East
        • Israel
      • Asia Pacific
        • Australia
        • Malaysia
        • New Zealand
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a check or bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to pay your bills, such as a credit or debit card. The choices available to you will depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency you've selected for your AdWords account. See your payment options.  

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

Here, you can view details of your AdWords costs and payments. Click an invoice number to print your monthly invoice, available by the 5th day of the following month.

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
    • Automatic payments: You're automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is used up, your ads will stop running.
      The manual payments setting isn't available for new accounts in the countries listed. If you can't see this option when signing up, please choose automatic payments to finish creating your account.

      Countries
      • North America
        • Canada
        • United States
      • Europe
        • Austria
        • Belgium
        • Denmark
        • Finland
        • France
        • Germany
        • Ireland
        • Italy
        • Luxembourg
        • Netherlands
        • Norway
        • Portugal
        • Spain
        • Sweden
        • Switzerland
        • United Kingdom
      • Middle East
        • Israel
      • Asia Pacific
        • Australia
        • Malaysia
        • New Zealand
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a check or bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to pay your bills, such as a credit or debit card. The choices available to you will depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency you've selected for your AdWords account. See your payment options.

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

Here, you can view your transaction history detailing your AdWords costs and payments. Click an invoice number to print your monthly invoice, available by the 5th day of the following month.

Your tax information

The taxes that are applied to your account depend on which country your billing address is located in, as well as the currency you use in your account. To see which taxes apply to your location, visit our taxes section in the Help Center.

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
     
    • Automatic payments: You're automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is depleted, your ads will stop running.
      The manual payments setting isn't available for new accounts in the countries listed. If you can't see this option when signing up, please choose automatic payments to finish creating your account.

      Countries
      • North America
        • Canada
        • United States
      • Europe
        • Austria
        • Belgium
        • Denmark
        • Finland
        • France
        • Germany
        • Ireland
        • Italy
        • Luxembourg
        • Netherlands
        • Norway
        • Portugal
        • Spain
        • Sweden
        • Switzerland
        • United Kingdom
      • Middle East
        • Israel
      • Asia Pacific
        • Australia
        • Malaysia
        • New Zealand
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a check or bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to pay your bills, such as credit or debit card. The choices available to you will depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency you've selected for your AdWords account. See your payment options.  

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

Here, you can view your transaction history detailing your AdWords costs and payments. Click an invoice number to print your monthly invoice, available by the 5th day of the following month.

Your VAT information

AdWords accounts with European Union (EU) business addresses are subject to Value Added Tax (VAT). Here's a few things you'll need to know, but reach out to your local tax authority for more information:

  • VAT won't be charged to your AdWords account. But you're still be responsible for self-assessing and paying VAT at your EU Member State's local rate.
  • If your business address is located in Ireland, you'll be charged VAT at the current Irish rate.

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. In your country, we currently offer the following payment settings:
     
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is depleted, your ads will stop running.
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a check or bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to add money to your account. The choices available to you depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency you've selected for your AdWords account. See your payment options.  

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

Your VAT information

All AdWords advertisers with Russian billing addresses are charged 18% Value Added Tax (VAT) for each of their payments, with no exceptions.

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
     
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is depleted, your ads will stop running.
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to add money to your account or pay your bills. The choices available to you depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency you've selected for your AdWords account. See your payment options.  

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

Here, you can view your transaction history detailing your AdWords costs and payments.

Your VAT information

Under the Shanghai VAT pilot program, Google Advertising (Shanghai) is required to charge 6% VAT for all clients, even if they aren't based in Shanghai. There are no exceptions.

Related links

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
    • Automatic payments: You're automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is used up, your ads will stop running.
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a check or bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to pay your bills, such as a credit or debit card. The choices available to you depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency and payment setting you've chosen for your AdWords account. See your payment options.

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

Here, you can view your transaction history detailing your AdWords costs and payments. Click an invoice number to print your monthly invoice, available by the 5th day of the following month.

Your VAT information

Value Added Tax (VAT) is a 5% tax on goods and services that is paid to the Taiwanese tax authority. Google will issue you a GUI (Government Uniform Invoice) each time you make a payment if you're on the manual payments setting, or each time you receive a monthly invoice with a taxable amount due if you have a credit line. The exception is that if your payment method is credit card (on either automatic or manual payment settings), you won't be charged VAT, and Google will not issue you a GUI.

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
    • Automatic payments: You're automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is used up, your ads will stop running.
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a check or bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to pay your bills, such as a credit or debit card. The choices available to you depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency and payment setting you've chosen for your AdWords account. See your payment options.

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, costs and payments, billing settings, and billing profile information.

Click an invoice number to print your monthly invoice, available on the 5th day of the following month.

Your tax information

The taxes that are applied to your account depend on which country your billing address is located in, the currency you use in your account, and your payment method and setting. See which taxes apply to your location.

Related links

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
    • Automatic payments: You're automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is used up, your ads will stop running.
      The manual payments setting isn't available for new accounts in the countries listed. If you can't see this option when signing up, please choose automatic payments to finish creating your account.

      Countries
      • North America
        • Canada
        • United States
      • Europe
        • Austria
        • Belgium
        • Denmark
        • Finland
        • France
        • Germany
        • Ireland
        • Italy
        • Luxembourg
        • Netherlands
        • Norway
        • Portugal
        • Spain
        • Sweden
        • Switzerland
        • United Kingdom
      • Middle East
        • Israel
      • Asia Pacific
        • Australia
        • Malaysia
        • New Zealand
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a check or bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to pay your bills, such as a credit or debit card. The choices available to you will depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency you've selected for your AdWords account. See your payment options.  

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

Here, you can view details of your AdWords costs and payments. Click an invoice number to print your monthly invoice.

If your account is on the manual payments setting, you'll have two kinds of invoices:

  1. An invoice for each payment, available about a day after the payment is processed.
  2. A monthly invoice, available by the 3rd day of the following month.

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
    • Automatic payments: You're automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is used up, your ads will stop running.
      The manual payments setting isn't available for new accounts in the countries listed. If you can't see this option when signing up, please choose automatic payments to finish creating your account.

      Countries
      • North America
        • Canada
        • United States
      • Europe
        • Austria
        • Belgium
        • Denmark
        • Finland
        • France
        • Germany
        • Ireland
        • Italy
        • Luxembourg
        • Netherlands
        • Norway
        • Portugal
        • Spain
        • Sweden
        • Switzerland
        • United Kingdom
      • Middle East
        • Israel
      • Asia Pacific
        • Australia
        • Malaysia
        • New Zealand
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to pay your bills, such as a credit or debit card. The choices available to you will depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency you've selected for your AdWords account. See your payment options.  

Your documents and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

When setting up your payment information for AdWords, there are two things to keep in mind: Your payment setting and your payment method.

  • How you pay (payment setting): This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
    • Automatic payments: You're automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
    • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is used up, your ads will stop running.
      The manual payments setting isn't available for new accounts in the countries listed. If you can't see this option when signing up, please choose automatic payments to finish creating your account.

      Countries
      • North America
        • Canada
        • United States
      • Europe
        • Austria
        • Belgium
        • Denmark
        • Finland
        • France
        • Germany
        • Ireland
        • Italy
        • Luxembourg
        • Netherlands
        • Norway
        • Portugal
        • Spain
        • Sweden
        • Switzerland
        • United Kingdom
      • Middle East
        • Israel
      • Asia Pacific
        • Australia
        • Malaysia
        • New Zealand
    • Monthly invoicing (credit line): Some businesses are eligible for a Google credit line if they meet certain requirements. With this method, you accrue costs and receive a monthly invoice. Then, you pay for these costs with a check or bank transfer. Your payments are within a timeframe that you've agreed to with Google, according to terms and conditions. Contact your AdWords online specialist for more details or learn more about monthly invoicing.
  • Your payment method: This is what you use to pay your bills, such as a credit or debit card. The choices available to you will depend on your country (that is, the country of your business address) and the currency you've selected for your AdWords account. See your payment options.  

Your invoices and payment information

By clicking the gear icon and choosing Billing, you can see your transaction history, settings, payment methods, and billing profile information.

Here, you can print your payment receipts and your fiscal invoices detailing your AdWords costs. Click an invoice number to print your monthly invoice. An invoice for a given month will be available on the first day of the following month.

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