If you are a business wanting to automate a part or all of your billing flow, then you can benefit from Octobat.
Octobat allows you to focus on your business expansion and not worry about what to do to be tax compliant.
Octobat is service as a software (“SAAS”) which helps businesses scale by building a billing infrastructure and automating their billing process.
Octobat enables businesses to collect the correct taxes on online transactions.
Octobat tax calculation works for all EU countries, USA and Australia.
Octobat is not a payment provider and only works if connected to payment provider which enables us to send and receive information regarding your customer transactions.
Octobat supports Stripe and GoCardless for the moment.
Octobat was created to automate the creation of invoices after receiving an online payment, freelancer often create invoice to get paid.
You will be able to upgrade and downgrade according to your usage anytime you wish to do so.
Yes, Octobat handles both business to business and business to consumer sales, it only requires the right setup of your Octobat account. Fortunately, this is easy to do.
The test mode is there to setup your account and allow you to test our functionality.
The following sections will help you understand what you can do in Octobat and the mean of every section.
Octobat supports all currencies with exchange rate from the ECB.
Yes, you can create your Octobat account and start automating your billing flow. Not everyone has a TAX ID. As soon as you receive your Tax ID, it is important to enter it in Octobat for two reasons.
If you sell E-service to end-consumer in EU then yes.
Please see integration documentation to learn more about the configuration possibilities.
You can sign up to Octobat for free and test as much as you like in test mode. It is free to test and we do not require to enter any credit card information during testing.
Depending on your business needs, they are different possibilities to integrate with Octobat.
Generally speaking, tax, GST and VAT all serve a similar purpose. They are amounts added on to the price of a product or service as required by government tax regulations.