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Create and send professional invoices with ease

Biz Invoice lets you track, reconcile, and send payment reminders – giving you time back to spend on your business.

Free online invoicing tool#

Unlimited invoices

See an overview of your invoices in one place

Set up and send reminders for overdue invoices

Invoice status tracking 

Automatic reconciliation on payments1

Unlimited authorised access for your staff, accountant or bookkeeper.



Template for invoice
Quick overview of your invoices

See amounts reconciled in the last 30 days, as well as total amounts overdue or unpaid – all in one place.


Send reminders for overdue invoices

Spend less time chasing overdue invoices by sending reminders to your customers. Add a custom message if you like.

Automatic reconciliation

If your customer makes their payment with the correct payment description, we'll automatically reconcile the payment to the correct invoice.3

Access for your accountant or bookkeeper

If you give your accountant or bookkeeper third party access to your eligible business accounts†, they can see your business accounts and related invoices.  


Get Biz Invoice for free with one of these accounts

For businesses that mainly transact electronically

Business One Low Plan

  • Unlimited electronic transactions
  • 25 free transactions per month (includes staff-assisted and cheque transactions)
  • $0 Monthly Plan Fee* for the first 12 months for new Business One Low Plan accounts opened. Currently $10. Offer ends 28 February 2019.

For businesses with a high number of transactions

Business One High Plan

  • Unlimited electronic transactions
  • 60 free transactions per month (includes staff-assisted and cheque transactions)
  • $20 Monthly Plan Fee.

It's easy to use

1. Set up your invoice profile

This includes information that will appear on your invoices e.g. your logo and company details.

You'll also need one of these accounts to use Biz Invoice and receive payments:


2. Create and send your invoice

  • Enter your customer details, and the goods/services you are invoicing for - then select Send
  • The email will have a link for your customer to open their invoice online
  • Your customers can download the invoice, read your payment instructions, and you can check the status of the invoice e.g. it's been paid or not.

3. Get paid via bank transfer

All your invoices will include your linked account details.

If your customer includes the invoice number in the 'transaction description' of their payment - we'll automatically reconcile their payment to the invoice.1

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$0 Monthly Plan Fee* for the first 12 months

Save $120 by having your Monthly Plan Fee waived for 12 Months when you open a new Business One Low Plan account by 28 February 2019.

Terms and conditions, fees and charges apply. Find out more

Things you should know

*Terms and Conditions apply. Read the Westpac Online Banking Terms and Conditions (PDF 303KB) before making a decision.

#Free with an eligible business account.

†To be eligible for Biz Invoice you must hold a Westpac Business One Low Plan or Business One High Plan account.

1. Only for cleared funds paid to the linked account where the value does not exceed the outstanding amount of a current invoice.

*Open a new Business One Low Plan account between 1st February and 28th February 2019 to have the Monthly Plan Fee waived for the first 12 months. At the end of the 12 month period the standard Monthly Plan Fee, currently $10, applies to the Business One Low Plan. Other fees and charges, terms and conditions, apply to the Business One Low Plan. This offer may be repeated from time to time, withdrawn, varied or extended at any time.  This information does not take your personal objectives, circumstances or needs into account. Consider its appropriateness to these factors and read the disclosure documents for your selected product or service, including the Terms and Conditions or Product Disclosure Statement at, before deciding.  


^Account opening criteria applies