Plans for Zoho Books

After you sign up for Zoho Books, you can start using the product in your 14-day trial period. After your trial is over (or even during your trial), you can subscribe to any one of the paid plans to continue using Zoho Books. Plans can be selected on an Yearly basis.

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Plans

We have three subscription plans for Zoho Books.

Pricing

Standard
The Standard plan meets the basic accounting needs of a small business. You can create up to 5,000 invoices/year and have 3 users for an organisation.

Professional
The Professional plan is built and designed for small to medium sized businesses with additional features of customisation. You can create up to 10,000 invoices/year and have 4 users for an organisation.

Premium
The Premium plan offers end-to-end accounting with automation and customisation features. It is designed to cater to the needs of large businesses. You can create up to 25,000 invoices/year and have 7 users for an organisation.

More users can be purchased for all plans as add-ons in Zoho Books.


Pricing

To know more about the pricing for each plan, visit our Pricing page.

You will come across the following terminology in the pricing page:

Contacts
Customers or vendors that you’re going to add in your Zoho Books organisation.

Users
Users who have access to your Zoho Books organisation. The admin can assign different roles to users.

Automated Workflow
A set of rules you add in Zoho Books by which different processes can be automated.

Document AutoScan
You can auto-scan a receipt to while recording an expense. Details such as the expense date and amount will be automatically captured in the bill from where they can save it.

Note
During the trial period, you’ll have access to the Premium plan of Zoho Books.


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