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Basic Payables - Overview

 

The free Basic Payables account allows customers paying multiple companies to organize and streamline their Bill.com experience. Rather than having to log into multiple Customer Portals (one for each company) to pay invoices, business contacts, connecting with companies using Bill.com, paying bills, and more can be managed all in one place. They're also able to pay their bills using the Bill.com mobile app!

The differences between Basic Payables, Customer Portal, and paid Advanced Payables

A Basic Payables account is a lite version of Bill.com Payables, ideal for businesses who want to pay their vendors without more advanced features, like syncing with an accounting system, or reports. Many of our fantastic features are only available to paid users; check out the differences in the table below. 

   

Account

Type

Basic Payables - Unverified (Free) Basic Payables - Transact with anyone (Free with transaction fees) Customer Portal (Free) Advanced Payables (Paid)

Features

         

Pay all bills from Bill.com users

 

 (Limited)

Notes:

  • Can make payments to any Bill.com subscriber (paid only) 

Notes:

  • Can make payments to any Bill.com subscriber for free

Notes:

  • Can pay only one Bill.com subscriber per Customer Portal

Notes:

  • Can connect with and make payments to any Bill.com user (free and paid)

Pay bills from non-Bill.com users 

 

Can make payments to non-Bill.com users for minimal transaction fees

Notes:

  • Can send check payments to any vendor
  • Payment information can be entered manually, without vendor(s) using Bill.com

Create/manage bills

   

Full use of the Bill.com Inbox 

 

 

Manage Vendors

   

Bill.com Network

(Connect with businesses using Bill.com, send messages, send bills/invoices, and more)

 

 

Pay via Bank Account

   

Pay via Credit Card

   

Pay via PayPal

   

Pay with the Bill.com Mobile App

   

Auto Pay

   

Approvals

   

Recurring Bills

   

Sync with Accounting System

   

Reports

   

 

 

 

 

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