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Xero tweaks GST, invoice tools

30 Jun 2010

Xero has unveiled a few new product changes that include an easier way to do your company invoices as well as some tweaks to GST.

"If you do business offshore or run more than one business under the same company structure you will love this new feature,” says Xero, who adds that the update allows you to personalise the invoice and statement layout.

It’s also possible to change titles, fonts and terms so that you can create new themes for different audiences and scenarios. There’s a video that explains it all here.

Other updates include a fixed asset importer, negative percentages in Bank Rules and some GST changes that the company promised, "The transition for you will be painless.”

More on the Xero blog.

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