The QR-bill is replacing the existing inpayment slips after the transition phase. The transition phase ends on 30 September 2022. From 1 October 2022, only QR-bills may be used.
Red inpayment slip (IS)Easy and efficient invoicing
With the red inpayment slip (IS) you can issue your invoices appropriately, collect payments efficiently and manage your accounts receivable easily.
Red inpayment slip (IS): efficient payment collection
Credit overview in electronic format or on paper
Free delivery with electronic credit advice
In CHF or EUR
Plain and pre-printed formats available
Automated entry with IS full recording
To order red inpayment slips (IS), you need a PostFinance business account.
Up to 1,000 slips, pre-printed/plain
Free of charge for orders per calendar year
From 1,000 slips, pre-printed
CHF 0.10 per slip, maximum 2,000 copies per calendar yearFrom 1,000 slips, plainCHF 0.02 per slip, maximum 2,000 copies per calendar year
Activation type Electronically On paper Activation typecamt.054/camt.053 ElectronicallyFree of charge On paperNot available Activation typeAccount statement (e.g. PDF) ElectronicallyFree of charge On paper
Depending on notification cycle
For the payer, online and counter inpayments are free of charge.
For the recipient, online payments are free of charge, the costs for counter inpayments can be found in the price list.
Value datesCategoryValue dates
Electronic and paper-based account transactionsT + 0Counter paymentsT + 1
IS full recording
- IS credits from post offices and payment orders (PO) are fully recorded and notified electronically. This allows you to process credits automatically in your accounting system.
- Full recording of IS slip images by PostFinance is recommended if you receive regular credits from IS slip images (guideline approx. 10 IS slip images per day) and if the processing of the IS slip images is automated (Delivery with camt messages and/or SWIFT MT 940).
- IS full recording costs CHF 0.80 (for each fully recorded transaction from counter inpayments and paper payment orders).