Understanding your invoice
If you choose to subscribe during the subscription period, you will receive an invoice that lists the products included in your account’s subscription and their quantity, price, and any taxes that will be applied.
See the information in the article regarding viewing your invoices if you would like to find out more information regarding how to view your invoices.
Your invoice details
As you can see in the top-left of the invoice, you have the date the invoice was generated (Invoice Date) along with the Invoice number (along with the Invoice number plus the Invoice number), as well as the account number, currency, account name, and address. Finally, you have the billing contact, the sold to contact, and the email address.
Your invoice has a number of sections that include a variety of information. Just to the right of the invoice number boxes are sections for tax exemptions, remittance information, and shipping information. You will then be directed to Zoom’s form that requires you to provide your W-9 information.
In the Charge Details section of your account for free users, you will be able to see a list of all your products, as well as a comparison of their prices, and in addition to that, you will notice a period of time associated with each charge or period.
You can write this number down as your invoice’s total, which includes your Subtotal (without tax), your Total (including tax), and any amounts remaining after that. This is your invoice balance, which is the amount you are currently owing on the invoice.
You can find a breakdown of the tax details under the Tax Detail section, which allows you to access which of your products had tax charged to them, what type of tax it was, as well as the amount of tax charged.
You will find that at the bottom of the invoice, as soon as a payment or credit has been made or applied to an invoice, there will be a Transactions section. Located here, you will find the information regarding any payments, credits, or refunds that have been made in relation to this invoice, including details such as payment date and amount.
It is possible to change who receives your invoice by following these instructions if you need to.
Please refer to the following tax resources if you require any additional tax-related information.
Please review the following links if you have any questions regarding overages:
We will be able to help you out with the invoice if you contact us by chatting or calling our Billing department.