Accept invoice payments instantly

Accept online invoice payments and get paid up to twice as fast by connecting to PayPal and other payment solutions.

Accept payments

Use online invoice payments

Take payments using PayPal and more.

Get paid from the invoice

Add a ‘Pay now’ button to your online invoices.

Better online protection

Safely accept global card and direct debit payments.

Use online invoice payments

Add online payment options to your Xero invoices so customers everywhere can pay you by card or direct debit.

  • PayPal lets customers pay their invoices by card or PayPal balance
  • Other payment solutions are also available
Two options for setting up online invoice payments display: credit card or direct debit.

Get paid from the invoice

Businesses using online payment options with Xero invoices get paid faster, and it’s easy to do.

  • Connect a payment solution to online invoices in Xero
  • Email an invoice for the customer to view online
  • A ‘Pay now’ button lets customers pay by card or direct debit
Online invoices display on different devices including a mobile phone.

Better online protection

Xero online invoices and payments provide better protection from fraudulent activity.

  • Unlike PDFs, online invoices are hard to tamper with
  • Data in Xero is protected by multiple layers of security
  • Payment solutions that connect to Xero have robust security protections and strong encryption
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More about accepting payments

If your Xero plan includes multicurrency, you can set up PayPal and Xero to process payments by credit card, debit card, and PayPal payments in over 20 currencies.

See how to accept multicurrency payments

Start using Xero for free

Access all Xero features for 30 days, then decide which plan best suits your business.

  • Safe and secure
  • Cancel any time
  • 24/7 online support

Xero became a really critical tool for us as we took on more staff.

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Kate from Lune uses Xero to run her business