Manage invoices for your Teams account
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If you have purchased your Teams plan directly from Adobe.com and you are the contract owner of the account, you can access your billing history from the Admin Console.
View, print, and download invoices
As a contract owner, you can view, download, and print your past bills using the Admin Console. To update the credit card details, billing address, or tax identification number on your account, see update payment details.
In the Admin Console, navigate to Account > Billing History.
The Billing History shows your invoice number, invoice date, amount, and status of payment along with an option to view the invoice as a PDF. It can take up to 24 hours for the invoice to appear. You receive an email notification when it is available.
Don't see the Billing History tab? You're not the contract owner. See how you can become the contract owner.
If you are the contract owner and your teams organizaiton has been migrated to Business IDs, you'll need to sign in with your Personal Profile (also referred to as personal account).
If you are signed in with your Business Profile, you won't see the Billing History tab.
Click view billing history.
You'll be prompted to sign in with your Personal Profile.
To enable enterprise storage and other enterprise-level features, we're updating all existing Adobe IDs to Business IDs. All new business customers will use Business IDs for their team members.
You'll receive advance communication when your organization is scheduled for the update. For more information, see Introduction to Business IDs and new storage features. Until your organization is updated, you will continue to use Adobe ID type to access the organization. Support for Adobe IDs will then be reserved for individual customers only.
You can sort the list of invoices by date and amount, clicking the relevant heading—Invoice Date or Amount. You can also use the search field to enter the amount or invoice number for the invoice you are looking for.
The invoice opens in a new tab if the Acrobat/Reader plug-in is enabled for your browser. Learn more about specific instructions for each browser.
Your invoice also captures details like Order Number, Order Date, Customer Number, and more.
Frequently asked questions
Access billing information
Verify extra charges
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