I think I'm the most frequent reader for my guides on how to pay specific invoices on services like YouTube Premium or something similar. Every month the search starts again when I have to put together the receipts.
Things are no different with ChatGPT Plus – OpenAI’s paid service. Unfortunately, there is no annual subscription here either, but you pay monthly and have to fish out the bills accordingly every month.
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Find ChatGPT Plus invoice – instructions
Let's make it short:
- You log in here at OpenAI in the “Billing History” .
- You will now see the list of available payments.
- Right click on “View”.
- Then click “Download invoice”. Print. Complete.
You should have the appropriate invoice to hand. If anything changes in this procedure, I would actually have to notice it myself as long as I have booked ChatGPT Plus.
Why is it important to keep track of your bills?
It may seem like a chore to collect the bills every month for services like ChatGPT Plus. But believe us, it is an important task that you should not overlook. Why? Here are some reasons:
If you use ChatGPT Plus for business, you can deduct the costs as business expenses. Collecting the invoices is therefore essential for your tax return.
The monthly costs can add up quickly, especially if you have multiple subscribed services. Having an overview of your expenses will help you manage your budget more effectively.
If there are ever any discrepancies or problems with your payment, the invoice is your first point of contact. It serves as proof and can save a lot of headaches.
Finding and storing your bills may seem like a small thing, but it has far-reaching implications. These range from tax planning to personal financial management. So, take a few minutes to collect your bills - your future self will thank you.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He acts as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with technical problems. In his spare time he rides electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with the iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions to current bugs.