Reclaim your space with BPAY View

Bills can be a handy record of spending — so it makes sense to keep them. But storing bills can clutter your desk or get mixed up in your email inbox.

BPAY View lets you keep your bills and payment records, safely and securely within your online banking. So, your payment records are safely and securely stored in the same place — right where you receive and pay them. 

Reclaim your space with BPAY View
Jason wanted to keep better track of his finances, so he changed to BPAY View. Now he has:
  • A safer and more secure place to store his bills
  • A record of most of his payments
  • A clutter-free desk space
  • Most of his payment records* in the same place
  • Less paper waste — and a clearer conscience.

*If BPAY View is offered by the financial institution and Biller.

How do I view a bill?

How do I view a bill?
Go to your online banking and choose the BPAY View or View Bill option. You’ll see a summary list of your current bills, with key information like the business name, the amount and the due date. Then click on the Biller name to view the bill in more detail.
Can I use my BPAY View bills as tax records?
You can download electronic copies of BPAY View bills and keep them for your tax records.

According to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), a copy of a BPAY View bill can be used as evidence of a work-related expense, as long as you also have either a payment receipt (such as a BPAY receipt) or a bank statement showing the payment date and amount.

Business owners may need to provide extra details.

But remember, tax laws are complex, and everyone’s situation is different. So, it’s best to contact your tax adviser or the ATO to make sure this information applies to your situation.

Disclaimer: This is general advice. BPAY does not provide tax or legal advice. Before using BPAY and/or BPAY View please review the terms and conditions and consider whether BPAY is appropriate for your personal circumstances.
Why am I still getting a paper copy of my bill?
Some billers are legally required to send a paper bill — even if you’ve registered for BPAY View. You may also have elected to receive paper bills, which may incur additional fees.*

Contact the biller if you want to know more.

*If BPAY View is offered by the financial institution and Biller.