Receiving international payments into Hnry is easy, and we'll still calculate and pay all your taxes just as we normally do. 

N.B - When invoicing customers who are residing outside New Zealand, you should make sure your Client is updated in Hnry as such, so that GST is not charged on your services. 

Here is a quick list of some things to note when you are using Hnry and receiving international payments. 

International Transfers:

Your Clients can pay you by an International Transfer as long as they have all the required details. It is really important that you use the correct details on International Transfers so the banks can marry up the data.  Invoices created in Hnry have the relevant SWIFT details added to them automatically. 

If your invoice is not created in Hnry, you'll need the following: 

  • SWIFT code: ASBBNZ2A
  • Business name: Hnry Limited
  • Bank Name: ASB Bank Limited
  • Bank Address: 12 Jellicoe Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
  • Hnry Account Number: (found under the "Financial Details" section in the 'My Account' menu)

If your client asks for a BSB or Sort Code, then you'll need to provide them with the first six digits of your Hnry Bank Account – these represent the bank and branch codes, i.e. 12-3nnn. 

N.B. If there are any inward bank fees on international transfers, your Client may choose to deduct this amount from the payment of your invoice. 

Hnry does not take any responsibility for exchange rates applied by banks at the time of payment of your funds. If you are concerned about Transfer Costs or Exchange Rate Costs, or if you have any further questions about our International Payment details, please contact the team at support@hnry.co.nz

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