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From integrating your bank accounts with your accounting software, to generating and sending invoices, Online Banking could help cut your admin and put time back in your day. Here’s how.

Make tax time less taxing

Download your Interest & Tax summary, view your cheque or cash deposits and check your transaction statements online.

Share account access

Share access with your accountant or bookkeeper. You can change their access levels at any time, so you’re always in control.

Connect bank feeds

Save time on manual data entry by linking your bank accounts* with your compatible accounting software, such as Xero, MYOB or Quickbooks.

Make bulk payments

It’s quick and simple to make multiple payments at the same time. Our online tool is ideal for instalments, bill payments and salaries.

Store payee details

Save time and store your payee details in Online Banking. Simply create a spreadsheet with your payees, save it as a .csv file and import it in seconds.

Do online invoicing

Set up an invoice template to create, send and manage invoices from any device with Biz Invoice, our handy online invoicing tool1.

More ways to get the most out of Online Banking

Manage your cash flow with Online Banking

Online Banking is a smart, secure and convenient way to help manage your cash flow and keep on top of your transactions.

Time-saving online payment features

Take the hassle out of paying staff and suppliers with our payment features, designed to make your business banking easier.

Things you should know

*Not all accounts are eligible to be connected via a bank feed. These can include loan accounts, credit cards and accounts requiring multiple authorisations for transactions.

1. To be eligible for Biz Invoice you must hold a Business One Low or High Plan transaction account or a foreign currency account (other than in Chinese Yuan RMB) and be registered for Westpac Online Banking.

Westpac’s products are subject to terms, conditions and fees; and eligibility criteria may apply. Before making a decision read the disclosure documents for your selected product or service, including their T&Cs, and consider if the product is right for you.