Xero and BNZ helping you fly

BNZ, with Air New Zealand, recently launched its brand new GlobalPlus Business Visa card.

Ideal for small businesses the new card offers a great business credit card rate and if the balance is paid off in full each month, you get up to 50 days interest-free on purchases.

GlobalPlus is a BNZ offering for its business customers who want to earn Air New Zealand Airpoints Dollars TM for every purchase they make on their credit card.

It also helps small business owners to easily seperate personal from businesss spending by using this card instead of their personal one.

Xero supports the new card to deliver automated bank feeds, and we are included in the card offering. Customers who take up the new GlobalPlus Business Visa can try Xero for free for 60 days.

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November 11, 2008 at 11:39 pm

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James
January 1, 2010 at 2:06 pm

Is it possible to use a personal credit card linked to our company?
ie. I have an asb credit card that I only use for business expenses but is actually registered to me personally. I would like to have this imported automatically to xero but asb don’t support xero import for credit cards. If I change this to a bnz visa (personal card – not the business one) can I get automatic imports from a personal bnz visa or do I have to get the business visa?

Amanda Ellis
January 1, 2010 at 3:40 pm

@James: probably. If BNZ export to Xero then you can probably have your transactions imported — it doesn’t matter whether the card is in your name or your business’s. All that’s required (I’m guessing) is for you to fill in a Xero authority.

Catherine Walker
January 1, 2010 at 4:16 pm

@Amanda @James – correct, any BNZ credit card can have transactions come into Xero via automatic bank feed. Use the BNZ authority form in our Help Centre. And if you’re interested, here’s some information on managing personal/business funds in Xero.

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