If there’s one thing in business that really takes a painful chunk out of your bank account, it’s tax. Yes, it hurts but I can assure you not paying hurts even more. Choose your ‘hurt’ wisely and don’t forget to pay today!
Bad news folks! I guess Xero needs to pay for that flashy new building because we’ve just received word that both standard and premium plans will increase in price by $5 per month, from 28 September 2018. Standard subscriptions will go up to $60 a month, while premium pricing increases to $75 a month (excluding GST). This pricing includes one active Xero Expenses user with subscribers paying an additional $5 per additional active user. To help keep your price down, we’d discourage you from using Expense claims.
Remember, many of you are still eligible for our 30% discount on Business Edition plans. This requires us to act as the subscriber with you maintaining your own billing account, only available if payment is on direct debit or credit card, and is subject to a positive credit history with us. Alternatively, rather than having the Partner act as Subscriber to the subscription, you may act as the Subscriber for Xero Business Edition subscriptions and invite the Partner into that subscription as an invited user (although our discount will not be available to you in this scenario). The Subscriber to the subscription has the ability to control access rights and may be required to retain ownership of the file for insurance purposes.