Change your account's business address and billing notifications

 

At any time, you can make changes to your billing contact information in your AdWords account.

The specific contact information you can change, and how you change it, depends on your billing payment setting: automatic payments, manual payments, or monthly invoicing.

Advertisers on automatic or manual payments

With AdWords, you can make payments before your ads show (manual payments) or automatically make payments after your ads show (automatic payments).

Update your business address or phone number

Before changing your contact information, keep the following in mind:

  • Your business address is the company address that you entered when you created your AdWords account, and it appears on your account's invoices. Each AdWords account can have only one business address.
  • A billing address is what your credit card company or bank has on file. We use it to verify your payment information. If needed, you can enter a different billing address for each payment method, because the billing address doesn't have to match your company address.
  • Keep your information up to date. We can't change invoices that have already been generated, even if they have the wrong address.

Here's how to update your business address or phone number:

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click Billing profile on the side of the page.
  4. Click Edit and update your information.
  5. Click Save.
Change billing notifications

Billing notifications are emails we send to the billing contacts listed in your account. The different levels of notifications determine what kinds of emails we send: from All to None.

Here's how to update your billing notification details:

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click Billing profile on the side of the page.
  4. In the "Billing contacts" section, click Edit to update your information, or click Add new contact to send billing notifications to an additional email address.
  5. Click Save.
 

Advertisers on monthly invoicing payment setting

Monthly invoicing is a payment setting in which Google extends a line of credit to you for your advertising costs, and you receive an invoice each month that you pay by check or wire transfer. If your account uses monthly invoicing and you'd like to change your billing information, click the links below:

Update the bill-to address shown on your invoice

By default, your invoice shows your registered business address. If you'd like to change the address shown, follow these steps at least 15 days before the end of the month:

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click the Billing settings link on the side.
  4. Under the Invoicing options section, click Advanced invoicing options.
  5. Make sure the drop-down menu next to Bill-to address reads "Display an alternate address I specify."
  6. Enter your information.
  7. Click Save.
Update the address used to mail or email your invoice

Change your invoice delivery mailing address or email address by the 25th of the month for your changes to take effect the following month.

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click Billing settings along the side of the page.
  4. In the "Email invoice delivery" or "Mail invoice delivery" section, click Add new email address or click Edit next to the address you'd like to change.
  5. Edit your address.
  6. Click Save.
  7. If you'd like to get a new invoice based on your changes, click Invoices on the side of the page, then the invoice number in the table.
  8. When the invoice appears, click Regenerate invoice with updated information at the top of the page.
Change billing notifications

Billing notification levels determine what kinds of emails we send to the billing contacts listed in your account. Here's what each level means:

  • All billing emails: All emails about accounts, including information related to payments and invoices
  • Only critical: Essential emails, such as a potential account suspension or requests to approve new product accounts

To add more contacts to receive all billing-related emails, contact your sales representative or support team.

Tip

  • Some billing-related emails (to verify an email address or opt out of receiving notifications) contain links that expire. This helps prevent accounts from being misused. If your link expired and you need a new one, try a link from a more recent email or have an account administrator resend one to you.
 

Advertisers on monthly invoicing payment setting

Monthly invoicing is a payment setting in which Google extends a line of credit to you for your advertising costs, and you receive an invoice each month that you pay by check or wire transfer. If your account uses monthly invoicing and you'd like to change your billing information, click the links below:

Update the bill-to address shown on your invoice

By default, your invoice shows your registered business address. If you'd like to change this address, contact us.

Update the address used to email your invoice

Your tax invoice is sent to the primary billing contact on your account. If you need to change it, contact us.

Change your AdWords invoice email delivery address by the 25th of the month for your change to take effect the following month. Here's how:

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click Billing settings along the side of the page.
  4. In the "Email invoice delivery" section, click Add new email address or click Edit next to the address you'd like to edit.
  5. Edit your address.
  6. Click Save.
  7. If you'd like to get a new invoice based on your changes, click Invoices on the side of the page, then the invoice number in the table.
  8. When the invoice appears, click Regenerate invoice with updated information at the top of the page.
Change billing notifications

Billing notification levels set the kinds of emails your billing contacts receive. Here's what the levels mean:

  • All billing emails: All emails about accounts, including information related to payments and invoices
  • Only critical: Essential emails, such as a potential account suspension or requests to approve new product accounts

To add more contacts to receive all billing-related emails, contact your sales representative or support team.

Tip

  • Some billing-related emails (to verify an email address or opt out of receiving notifications) contain links that expire. This helps prevent accounts from being misused. If your link expired and you need a new one, try a link from a more recent email or have an account administrator resend one to you.
 

Advertisers on monthly invoicing payment setting

Monthly invoicing is a payment setting in which Google extends a line of credit to you for your advertising costs, and you receive an invoice each month that you pay by bank transfer. If your account uses monthly invoicing and you'd like to change your billing information, click the links below:

Update the address used to email your invoice

Change your invoice delivery email address by the 25th of the month for your change to take effect the following month.

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click Billing settings along the side of the page.
  4. In the "Email invoice delivery" section, click Add new email address or click Edit next to the address you'd like to edit.
  5. Edit your address.
  6. Click Save.
Change billing notifications

Billing notification levels set the kinds of emails your billing contacts receive. Here's what the levels mean:

  • All billing emails: All emails about accounts, including information related to payments and invoices
  • Only critical: Essential emails, such as a potential account suspension or requests to approve new product accounts

To add more contacts to receive all billing-related emails, contact your sales representative or support team.

Tip

  • Some billing-related emails (to verify an email address or opt out of receiving notifications) contain links that expire. This helps prevent accounts from being misused. If your link expired and you need a new one, try a link from a more recent email or have an account administrator resend one to you.

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At any time, you can change the billing contact information in your AdWords account.

The specific contact information you can change, and how you change it, depends on your billing payment setting: automatic payments, manual payments, or monthly invoicing.

Advertisers on automatic or manual payments

With AdWords, you can make payments before your ads show (manual payments) or automatically make payments after your ads show (automatic payments).

Update your business address or phone number

Before changing your contact information, keep the following in mind:

  • Your business address is the company address that you enter when you set up your AdWords account. It appears on your account's invoices. Each AdWords account can have only one business address.
    • If you created your AdWords account using a CUIT (as a business), you won't be able to edit your business address since it's associated with your tax ID.
    • If you created your AdWords account using a DNI (as an individual), you can edit your business address at any time.
  • A billing address is what your credit card company or bank has on file. We use it to verify your payment information. If needed, you can enter a different billing address for each payment method, because the billing address doesn't have to match your company address.

Here's how to update your business address or phone number:

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click Billing profile on the side of the page.
  4. Click Edit and update your information.
  5. Click Save.

Note

If you created your AdWords account using a CUIT (as a business), you won't be able to change your business address.

Change billing notifications

Your billing contacts receive billing notification emails depending on the notification levels you set: from All to None.

Here's how to update your billing notifications:

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click Billing profile on the side of the page.
  4. In the "Billing contacts" section, click Edit to update your information, or click Add new contact to send billing notifications to an additional email address.
  5. Click Save.

Advertisers on monthly invoicing payment setting

Monthly invoicing is a payment setting in which Google extends a line of credit to you for your advertising costs, and you receive an invoice each month that you pay by check or wire transfer. If your account uses monthly invoicing and you'd like to change your billing information, click the links below:

Update the email address for your invoice

Change your invoice delivery email address by the 25th of the month for your changes to take effect the following month.

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Billing. Go there now
  3. Click Billing settings along the side of the page.
  4. In the "Email invoice delivery" section, click Add new email address or click Edit next to the address you'd like to edit.
  5. Edit your address.
  6. Click Save.
Change billing notifications

Billing notification levels set the kinds of emails your billing contacts receive. Here's what each level means:

  • All billing emails: All emails about accounts, including information related to payments and invoices
  • Only critical: Essential emails, such as a potential account suspension or requests to approve new product accounts

To add more contacts to receive all billing-related emails, contact your sales representative or support team.

Tip

  • Some billing-related emails (to verify an email address or opt out of receiving notifications) contain links that expire. This helps prevent accounts from being misused. If your link expired and you need a new one, try a link from a more recent email or have an account administrator resend one to you.

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