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Modifications to the Settlement Tax Invoice

Ezypay has redesigned the existing Settlement Tax Invoice. These changes ensure that Ezypay's Settlement Tax Invoice is compliant across each of the countries in which we operate, along with offering an improved design for auditing purposes.

The new format will be effective from 19th February 2021. Any Settlement Tax Invoices that are generated for any time prior to Wednesday 19th February 2021 will be displayed in the old design format.
Invoices generated for any time after this will be displayed in the new format.

New Format Effective From

19th February 2021

New Changes

There is no change to how the invoices are issued.
The layout of the invoice has changed to improve how the data is displayed.
New columns have been added with streamlined information along with other visual enhancements.

Link to Relevant Documentation

Guide for Australia and New Zealand:
www.ezypay.com/settlement-tax-invoice-guide-anz

Guide for Asia:
www.ezypay.com/settlement-tax-invoice-guide-asia

Important Notes

Fee charges issued in invoices before March 2020

If payment for invoices issued before March 2020 have been collected after 19th February 2021, then the merchant paid fees will not be displayed on the tax invoice. For example, if payment for an invoice issued in February 2020 was only collected in March 2021, the merchant paid transaction fee will not be displayed in March's tax invoice. Upon request, Ezypay can provide you a revised tax invoice to account for the missing fee(s) if this occurs.

Reallocation of customer paid fees before August 2020

If any customer paid fees were reallocated to the merchant for invoices refunded, written off, marked as paid or were the result of a chargeback before August 2020, they will not be displayed in the new design. Upon request, Ezypay can provide you a revised tax invoice to account for the missing fee(s) if this occurs.