To simplify your accounting, Qonto allows you to attach invoices to all of your transactions.

When you initiate a new transfer, you need to justify the transaction by providing a document to execute it.

Before setting up a new transfer, make sure that you have a digital version or a picture of the document.

Which kinds of documents can justify a transfer?

Accepted documents depend on the transfer purpose.

The most common are:

Transfer type

Documents

Paying a supplier, a professional

An invoice composed of the following information: emitter, company name, amount, and IBAN.

Paying your employees

A payslip or IBAN

Paying your CEO salary

An IBAN and/or the written record of the general assembly, if applicable

Return money to a business partner

A proof of payment and/or a written record if applicable

Initiating a transfer to an individual beneficiary

A sales announcement, a car registration certificate in case of a purchase, a deed of assignment, an IBAN

For international transfer : Kbis + contract

Initiating a transfer to regularize a tax situation

Any official document provided by one of these public institutions

Paying for a rent

A lease, an invoice or a rent receipt

Acquisition of a real property

A sales agreement signed by both parties

Investing money

A contract, the general assembly written record, or a notarial act

Transferring funds from one account to another (same company)

The IBAN of the beneficiary bank, in the company's name

How to add documents?

  1. Go to the Business Account section

  2. Click on the Transfers tab

  3. Click on the transfer you want and go to the Upload document section at the bottom.

  4. Upload the document you have chosen.

You also have the option to Modify transfer, and add any information or document that is necessary for its execution.

Or

  1. Go to the Purchases section

  2. Then select Supplier Invoices tab

  3. Look in the To pay Tab the differents invoices uploaded

  4. attach the invoice to an existing transaction or created a payment

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