View your bill or invoice for Office 365 for business

Tip: For Office 365 Home, Personal, or University, see View your order history for Office 365 for home.

Learn how to find and view your billing statement or invoice to see information about your Office 365 subscription charges. You can also save and print a copy of your bill. If you need help interpreting the charges you see on your bill, see Understand your invoice for Office 365 for business for a detailed walkthrough.

  1. Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account as a global admin. Learn how to sign in.

  2. Select the app launcher icon Office 365 app launcher icon in the upper-left and choose Admin.

    Important: If you don't see the Admin option, you're not admin. Contact your Office 365 for business admin for help. If you don't see an app-launcher, you have an Office 365 Home, Personal, or University subscription, and don't receive a bill. But you can view your order history for Office 365 for home.

  3. In the Office 365 admin center, choose Billing > Bills.

    The Billing menu in the Office 365 Admin Center, with Bills selected.

  4. Choose the month and date of the invoice you want, and then choose View.

    Screen shot of the Bills page in the Office 365 Admin Center.
  5. Choose an order, and then choose View Details.

  6. On the Bill Details page, you can see the following:

    • The total balance, the current amount due, the payment due date, the amount of the last payment, and the date it was received.

    • Payment instructions.

    • A record of past payment dates, and the amounts paid.

    • The order creation date, and the order number.

  7. To view the invoice for a specific month, choose a month and a year, then choose Show.

    Screen shot of the Invoice section of the Bill Details page in the Office 365 Admin Center.
  8. To print or save a PDF copy of the invoice, choose View invoice (,pdf).

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See Also

Pay by invoice, credit card, or bank account for Office 365 for business

Add, update, or remove a credit card or bank account in Office 365 for business

Billing in Office 365 for business – Admin Help

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