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29 August 2018

Change to Xero Pricing Plans

Changes to Xero pricing plans

Starting from 28 September 2018, Xero will be making changes to its subscription plans, bringing with it some good news for small employers.

Most subscribers will see no change in their monthly fees. Those on the Starter level, at $25/month, or on the Standard subscription, at $50/month, will remain the same. Partner plans will also see no increase in fees.

In addition, the number of employees allowed under the Standard plan will be increased from 1 to 2 staff.

The Premium plans will see the biggest changes in prices, with the Premium 5 and Premium 10 (for employers with up to 5 and 10 employees) seeing a $5 increase to their monthly subscription fees.

Those on Premium 20, for employers with up to 20 employees, will pay an extra $10 a month.

Xero has added in further functions in payroll, such as employment termination payments, the ability to deactivate unused pay items and to support working-holiday employees, as well as offering proof of payment on super reports and enhancing the process for auto-super.

Businesses affected by the new pricing plan will see the change to their bills from October 2018.

A complete list of changes is below:

Plan

Current Price

Payroll (people)

Adjusted Price

Payroll (people)

Starter

$25

1

$25

1

Standard

$50

1

$50

2

Premium 5

$60

5

$65

5

Premium 10

$70

10

$75

10

Premium 20

$80

20

$90

20

Premium 50

$90

50

$125

50

Premium 100

$100

100

$150

100

 

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