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How-to: Add an Australian business account details

Sonia LiapounovaSonia Liapounova Expensify Team Posts: 98 Expensify Team
edited July 28 in How-to Docs

Adding a withdrawal account (for admins)

A withdrawal account is the business bank account that you want to pay your employee reimbursements from. Please visit our US reimbursement page if you want to add a US withdrawal account.

Step 1: Go to Settings > Your Account > Reimbursement and click Add Withdrawal Account

Step 2: In the Country drop-down select Australia, then Save & Continue

Step 3: Enter your company BSB, account number, Bank User ID/Direct Entry ID/APCA Number (if applicable) and company name. If you don't know your Bank User ID/Direct Entry ID/APCA Number, please contact your bank and they will be able provide this.

Note: Some financial institutions require an ABA file to include a self-balancing transaction. If you are unsure, please check with your bank to ensure whether to tick this option or not, as selecting an incorrect option will result in the ABA file not working with your bank's internet banking platform.

Once added, your withdrawal account will appear like this:

Linking the withdrawal account to your policy

Step 4: Go to Settings > Policies > Group > [Policy name] > Reimbursement and enable Reimbursement for the policy:

Next add the country of your withdrawal account:

Step 5: Set the default withdrawal account for processing reimbursements and then you're done. Tell your employees to add their deposit accounts and start reimbursing

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