Get an Invoice, Statement, or Receipt

Overview

This article describes the different types of Cloud Billing documents that are generated, and which documents are available for your Cloud Billing Account type.

Invoices

An invoice contains your legally-registered business address, tax IDs, any payments made during the month, and any taxes paid for the month. In general, a Cloud Billing Account set up as an invoiced account generates one invoice each month.

An invoice for a particular month should be available by the fifth business day of the following month. For example, your September invoice will be ready no later than the fifth business day of October. Invoices aren't generated on weekends or bank holidays, so you should expect invoices to be delayed during those periods.

You pay your invoice balance according to the terms and conditions that you agree to when you enroll in monthly invoicing. Learn how to pay your invoice.

If you want to receive invoices by email, or you want to change who receives invoices, see Change billing contacts and notifications.

Statements

Statements are generated for Cloud Billing Accounts that are set up as a self-serve/online account. Self-serve Cloud Billing Accounts are configured to automatically pay for costs based on your billing cycle. A statement is similar to an invoice in that it contains a summary of billing activity for a time period; however, it is for your records only and is not a bill.

If you prefer, you can make a manual credit card payment at any time to your automatically billed, self-serve Cloud Billing Account.

If you want to receive statements by email, or you want to change who receives statements, see Change Payments Contacts and Notifications.

Receipts

Receipts are available for Cloud Billing Accounts that are set up as a self-serve/online account. If you need a receipt for a payment that happened during the month, you can get a receipt for your records any time.

If you want to receive receipts by email, or you want to change who receives receipts, see Change Payments Contacts and Notifications.

Get your invoice

You can find your Google Cloud invoice by accessing the Cloud Billing Documents page in the Cloud Console, or in the Documents section of Google Payments. The following information describes using the Cloud Console to get your invoice.

To get your Google Cloud invoice:

  1. Sign in to the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Cloud Console

  2. Open the console Navigation menu (), and then select Billing.

    If you have more than one Cloud Billing Account, do one of the following:

    • To manage Cloud Billing for the current Google Cloud project, select Go to linked billing account.
    • To locate a different Cloud Billing Account, select Manage billing accounts and choose the account for which you'd like to see invoices.
  3. From the Billing navigation menu, click Documents.

Documents Center

In Documents, you can search for specific invoices, download individual or bulk invoices, create custom filters to view your invoices, and more.

  • Find your invoices: From the drop-down menu at the top of the table, select a preset or custom filter to control which documents are listed in the table.

    • The default option is All invoices and memos, and shows all of your invoices, including those that are closed or paid.
    • Other preset view options include:

      • Open invoices and debit memos: Shows all open invoices or debits that need to be paid.
      • Open credit memos: Shows any open credits that you can apply to open invoices.
      • All credit memos: Shows all of your credits, including those that have already been applied to invoices.
  • Filter your invoices: You can customize the documents displayed in the table by adding filters.

    1. Above the table, click + Add a filter.
    2. Select the filter type that you'd like to apply.
    3. Enter any additional information needed to complete the filter.

      • Example, to view past due invoices, add a Status filter and then select Past Due.
    4. Click Apply, then add more filters as needed.

    To remove a filter, click the X on the filter you'd like to remove.

  • Find a specific invoice: You can refine your filters by using Find in documents.

    • Enter text that might help you find the invoice you're looking for. As long as the text appears on your invoice, it's searchable. To refine your search even further:

      • Use AND (in uppercase letters) to find documents with both terms (example: video AND game).
      • Use OR (in uppercase letters) to find documents with either term (example: Nov OR Dec).
  • Show or hide columns: You can select the columns to display in the table.

    1. At the top of the column on the far right of your invoices table, click Edit.
    2. Select the columns you want to show or hide.
    3. To rearrange the order of the columns in the table, drag the column names in the Edit box.
    4. Click SAVE.
  • Sort the invoices you see: To sort your invoices in ascending or descending order, just click the column header that you'd like to sort by. Click the column header again to toggle between ascending and descending order.

  • Save your custom filters: You can add columns, sort, search for and filter your invoices to show only the documents you want to see (for example, all open invoices in descending order for a particular product), and then save this customization for future use.

    • To save your filter settings for reuse, select SAVE CUSTOM FILTER, enter a name for your custom filter, and click SAVE NEW.
    • To use your saved custom filter, click on the drop-down menu at the top of the table, and scroll down past the list of preset filters to the Custom filters section.
  • Download individual or multiple invoices:

    1. Check the box to the left of the invoices that you'd like to download.

      • To select all of the invoices that appear in your table, check the box at the very top-left of the table.
    2. Click DOWNLOAD SELECTED.

      • If you select all and you have many documents, you will be given the option to download just the documents on that page or across all pages.
    3. Choose the format you'd like to use to download your invoices (both CSV and PDF are selected by default).

    4. Click DOWNLOAD.

  • Look at the details of an invoice: From the Documents section, click the invoice you'd like to see details for. A pop-up appears with details, including the invoice number, invoice amount, status, purchase order number, account details, and more. In the Document Activity section, you can see the addresses to where the invoice was mailed and emailed.

    • To close the pop-up, click the X in the top left.
    • To download, or request a revision to your invoice, click Actions in the top right of the invoice pop-up.

    • You can download the both PDF and CSV versions of your invoice.

    • In the Actions drop-down, you might see a link to Regenerate invoice with updated information. If you have recently updated your purchase order number or changed your billing address you might need to regenerate your invoice to reflect new information.

    Note that a row for the current month's invoice is not available until the invoice has been generated (after the end of the current month).

Transactions page

You can also download your invoices and other documents from the Transactions page:

  1. From the Billing navigation menu, click Transactions.

  2. On the Transactions page, use the toggles to adjust the data displayed and set the date range so that it corresponds to the invoices you want to download.

    • The default view is Last 3 months, which lets you access your most recent invoices.
    • To access previous invoices, adjust the date range using the menu options. For example, choose Previous year if you want to access invoices for the past 12 months.
  3. In the Transactions table, under the desired date range, expand the Documents row to view available documents.

  4. Click the invoice number link to download the invoice. You can download a CSV or PDF version of your invoices.

Get your statement

To get your statement:

  1. Sign in to the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Cloud Console

  2. Open the console Navigation menu (), and then select Billing.

    If you have more than one Cloud Billing Account, do one of the following:

    • To manage Cloud Billing for the current Google Cloud project, select Go to linked billing account.
    • To locate a different Cloud Billing Account, select Manage billing accounts and choose the account for which you'd like to see statements.
  3. From the Billing navigation menu, click Transactions.

  4. On the Transactions page, use the toggles to adjust the data displayed and set the date range so that it corresponds to the statements you want to see.

    • The default date range is Last 3 months, which lets you see your most recent statements.
    • To view previous statements, adjust the date range using the menu options. For example, choose Previous year if you want to view statements for the past 12 months.
  5. In the Transactions table, under the desired date range, expand the Documents row to view available documents.

  6. Click the statement number link to view the statement.

The link for the current month's statement is not available before the end of the current month.

Get your receipt

To get your receipt:

  1. Sign in to the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Cloud Console

  2. Open the console Navigation menu (), and then select Billing.

    If you have more than one Cloud Billing Account, do one of the following:

    • To manage Cloud Billing for the current Google Cloud project, select Go to linked billing account.
    • To locate a different Cloud Billing Account, select Manage billing accounts and choose the account for which you'd like to see receipts.
  3. From the Billing navigation menu, click Transactions.

  4. On the Transactions page, set the toggles above the table to control the view and filter the list of transactions:

    1. In the view drop-down, select Detailed transaction view.
    2. In the transaction type drop-down, select Payments. The list of transactions is filtered to display payments made.
    3. In the date range drop-down, set the date range so that it corresponds to the receipts you want to view.
  5. From the list of transactions, in the Description column, click the Payment link to view that receipt. The receipt opens in a new browser window.

Missing charges or documents

If you can't find a specific charge or transaction related to a Google Cloud service or Google Maps Platform API, you can submit a Cloud Billing ticket through the Cloud Services Billing Requests form.

For more information on Cloud Billing best practices and Google Cloud resource management, refer to the Cloud Billing Onboarding Checklist article.

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