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Setting payment terms

Payment terms are the way you let your customers pay for your goods and services and the details for when you expect to receive payment.


Cash payments

A cash payment refers to when customers pay using physical currency, such as notes and coins. Australia’s currency is the Australian dollar.

Grants & assistance


Find out the eligibility requirements for the R&D Tax Incentive.

Grants & assistance

Customer Story - Food Industry

The Australian Government's Clean Technology Food and Foundries Investment Program is helping many food processing companies implement energy-saving initiatives.


Money order payments

A money order is a document that tells a bank, credit union, building society or post office to pay you money. Unlike cheques, money orders are prepaid.



A cheque is a document that tells a bank, credit union or building society to pay you money from another person’s account. A cheque can bounce if a customer’s account doesn’t have enough money to cover the payment.