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What InvoiceNow e-invoicing is

InvoiceNow is a government initiative designed to make exchanging invoices and doing business more efficient.

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InvoiceNow uses the Peppol network

E-invoices are sent between accounting systems via Peppol’s secure global public network rather than email.

Government committed to e-invoicing

The Singapore government leads the way on e-invoicing and all government departments can receive e-invoices.

Bills automatically prepopulated

E-invoicing does away with manually entering bills, reduces errors and delays getting paid, and lowers costs.

Free registration for InvoiceNow

Register with the Peppol network from within Xero using your CorpPass to start receiving e-invoices.

e-invoicing for Xero businesses

Xero customers can send and receive e-invoices from Singapore businesses that are registered for InvoiceNow.

Learn more about e-invoicing in Xero
The Bills screen in Xero shows a list of bills, including e-invoices received as draft bills ready to be approved and paid.

Government e-invoicing commitment

Several government departments are now able to send e-invoices to businesses, and all departments can receive them.

Learn about the Singapore government’s support for e-invoicing
Xero has e-invoicing built in, so you’re ready to send e-invoices to the government departments you do business with.

More about e-invoicing and InvoiceNow

IMDA in Singapore, ATO in Australia, and MBIE in New Zealand use Peppol as the network provider for eInvoicing. They’re at various stages of adopting eInvoicing as take up accelerates and is accepted as best practice around the world.

Search for registered businesses in the Singapore Peppol directory

In Singapore, Peppol e-invoicing is called InvoiceNow. The benefits of InvoiceNow for businesses, according to IMDA, are reduced errors and time spent on manual processing, faster validation of payments, and a greener business with reduced paper waste.

Learn what the government says about the benefits of e-invoicing

E-invoicing is included in Xero Starter, Standard and Premium plans; you don’t need to purchase any additional add-on or external service, and advisors can register on behalf of their business clients. Businesses will still receive bills by email and other methods.

Learn how e-invoicing works in Xero

Set up for InvoiceNow with Xero

Get started with e-invoicing in a few simple steps if you’re on a Xero Starter, Standard or Premium plan.

Register with Peppol from Xero

Connect Xero to e-invoicing app Invoici using your UEN, and authorise your Peppol account with your CorpPass.

See how to register with Peppol

Send and receive e-invoices

Share your Peppol ID with suppliers so they can send e-invoices to you, and enter customer IDs to send them.

See how to exchange e-invoices

Watch for draft bills in Xero

Check regularly for e-invoices that have arrived in Xero as bills to pay. Then just approve and pay the bills.

See what to do when you receive an eInvoice

Try Xero free for 30 days

Access most Xero features for 30 days, then decide which plan best suits your business. Note: eInvoicing isn’t included in the trial.

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What you need to know about InvoiceNow

Discover how e-invoicing with InvoiceNow is the easier way to invoice in this Xero blog.

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Estimated savings: $8 per e-invoice

IMDA estimates cost savings of $8 per invoice processed via InvoiceNow, according to The Straits Times.

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What e-invoicing means for business

Learn how e-invoicing helps small business and why the Singapore government supports it.

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