These two common payment methods offer consistent and secure experiences for vendors, but there are clear differences between the two.
An international ACH transfer is one way for businesses to send payments globally, and it’s commonly used to pay vendors and suppliers abroad.
Learn how a SWIFT payment works, how to pay with SWIFT and whether making payments over the SWIFT network is right for your business.
We now support SWIFT payments so you can transfer money overseas quickly and securely across 223 countries and territories.
This guide offers an overview of cross-border payments, including examples, the step-by-step process, common challenges and more.
Sending an international wire transfer for business is straightforward, and there are plenty options to help you do so.
We’re excited to announce that we’re building a way to seamlessly onboard and pay your international vendors, contractors and partners via the Routable API.
Form 1042-S, Foreign Person's U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding, is an information form reporting year-end amounts paid to non-U.S. residents.
Form W-8BEN-E is a tax document collected by a U.S. based business from foreign entities who receive income from U.S. sources.
Overseas transfers are easier than they seem once you understand how IBAN are formatted and how they differ between countries.
Learn the most common ways to pay international contractors along with how each method may affect your team workflows and payee experience.