Getting paid has never been easier

We’ve introduced BPAY to invoice payments and we’ve dropped the price

No one likes chasing payments. That’s why we’re adding BPAY to invoice payments.
It will make it even easier for your customers to pay their bills, and you get paid faster.


More payment options

Add a ‘Pay now’ button to your invoices to give your clients the convenience to pay you directly from their invoice with VISA, Mastercard, debit card and now BPAY.


All new lower fees

Merchant fees have dropped from 2.2% + 0.25c per transaction to 1.8% + 0.25¹. No monthly fees or setup fees.

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BPAY is here

BPAY is here BPAY is one of Australia’s favourite ways to pay.
It’s fast and convenient and allows payers to securely transfer funds online from their own bank account.

Get paid 4x faster with MYOB invoice payments

Australian businesses on average wait 43 days to get paid².
Invoices paid through MYOB invoice payments only wait an average of 10 days³.

Benefits of MYOB invoice payments

Benefits of MYOB invoice payments

+ Send invoices directly from MYOB to your customer
+ View when customers receive or open your invoices
+ Customers can conveniently pay you anywhere, anytime by credit card or BPAY
+ Funds are settled as quickly as the next day

How to set up MYOB invoice payments

For MYOB AccountRight users


It’s easy to set up online payments. Just make sure you’re the business owner, log into your AccountRight product, navigate to the Sales window and then click the Get set up button.

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For MYOB Essentials users


It’s easy to set up online payments. Just make sure you’re the business owner, log into your Essentials product, navigate to the
 Payment options screen in the Invoice and quote setting window.
Then click Set up online payment options.

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1. Fees apply when clients pay their invoice with invoice payments. 1.8% + 0.25 per transaction.

No monthly fees or set up fees apply. Rate applies to both BPAY and credit card transactions.

2. Based on invoices paid through invoice payments between September 2017 to February 2018.

3. Source: Dun & Bradstreet ‘Australian Late Payments’ 3rd Quarter Analysis 2017.