Important Changes to Xero’s Terms of Conditions

Xero is changing their billing method

Xero are starting to transition to a new billing system which will mean more payment options and flexibility in the future. If you think this may affect you. Below we have listed some scenarios from the Xero website.

“You want to cancel a subscription with Xero

From the 1st of July 2017, we’ll be asking for one month’s notice if you want to cancel a subscription to Xero… Read More.

You pay by credit card

At the moment, we wait 10 days after sending your invoice until we take credit card payments… Read More.

You’ve never paid Xero directly for a subscription or you’re transferring a subscription

From 01 August 2017, we’re updating our billing to be in advance rather than for the month gone by… Read More.

We wanted to ensure you had plenty of time to prepare, so these changes won’t start to take effect until 01 July 2017.

If you’d like to know more, you can check the latest terms of use, or the FAQs, because if you continue to use Xero as a subscriber from 1 July 2017, it will be assumed you’ve read and agreed to them.”

Don’t leave it to late to read the new T&Cs as this may affect the way your business accounts function.
If you require any assistance or training with Xero give BBC a call on (02)49 336 888 and speak to one of out trained professionals.
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