We are committed to accurate, on-time payments and electronic invoicing best enables this. Thus, P&G is actively phasing out the processing of paper & PDF invoices where legally allowable. P&G no longer receives paper invoices in the USA, Canada or Puerto Rico. Though Paper and PDF invoicing currently remain available in other geographies, we encourage you to leverage electronic invoicing wherever legally allowed.
For P&G to pay your company on-time, your invoices and credit notes must meet all relevant country or market, legal, tax and P&G requirements. P&G will return invoices and credit notes that do not meet these requirements. P&G will explain the reason why your invoice or credit note has been returned.
Understand how your invoice is being checked for compliance before payment and learn what to do next if you receive a returned invoice or an e-mail regarding your invoice issues.
How to Check the Status of Your Invoice
P&G has target payment terms of 120 days for all external business partners domiciled outside of the European Union, where legally permitted. For external business partners domiciled within the European Union, P&G’s standard payment terms are 75 days. In every country or market where there are restrictions, P&G will abide by those.
Payment terms will be applied as contractually agreed with each supplier. For external business partners enrolled in a digital invoicing platform, Payment Terms will begin on the date of the invoice.
Invoices due on a weekend or on a local holiday will always be settled on the following workday.
If you need more information on P&G Payment Terms, please contact your P&G Purchasing Contact.
P&G's preferred payment method is Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). With EFT, payments can be electronically deposited utilizing Automated Clearing House (ACH) or other electronic payment types. Funds are deposited directly into your company's designated bank account, generally within 2-5 working days.
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