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  • E-invoicing for tax professionals

    Tax professionals, including accountants and bookkeepers, play a critical role as:

    • trusted advisers for small-to-medium sized businesses
    • a source of advice on running a business.

    Benefits for you and your clients

    E-invoicing is an opportunity for you to differentiate your service offer by providing cutting-edge advice and encouraging your clients towards a digital future.

    E-invoicing doesn’t involve emailing and will not affect your workload. In fact, the automation will provide efficiencies and increase your business productivity.

    It will provide you with the opportunity to redirect your focus onto client services – for example, helping your clients to:

    • improve their record keeping
    • meet their reporting obligations
    • improve cash flow.

    Ultimately, you will be assisting them to meet their business objectives more efficiently.

    Getting your clients started with e-invoicing

    Before your start talking to your clients about how e-invoicing can benefit them you should read:

    Keep an eye on any upcoming open forum engagements for tax professionals to gain more information and understanding of e-invoicing.

    Share the ato.gov.au/e-invoicing link with your clients to help get learn about e-invoicing.

    Next steps:

    Last modified: 21 Aug 2020QC 63453