Viewing your monthly charges - AWS Billing and Cost Management

Viewing your monthly charges

At the end of a billing cycle or at the time you choose to incur a one-time fee, AWS charges the credit card you have on file and issues your invoice as a PDF file. You can download the PDF from the Account Activity page in the Billing and Cost Management console using the following steps.

Note

IAM users need explicit permission to see some of the pages in the Billing and Cost Management console.

To view your monthly charges

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose Bills.

  3. For Date, choose a month.

    The Summary section displays a summary and details of your charges for that month. It is not an invoice, however, until the month's activity closes and AWS calculates final charges.

    If you use the consolidated billing feature in AWS Organizations, the Bills page lists totals for all accounts on the Consolidated Bill Details tab. Choose the Bill Details by Account tab to see the activity for each account in the organization. For more information about consolidated billing, see Consolidated billing for AWS Organizations.

To view your charges for a different month

  • On the Bills page, select the month you want from the Date list.

To download a copy of your charges as a PDF document

  1. On the Bills page, select a month from the Date list for which all activity is closed.

  2. Under Total, choose Amazon Web Services, Inc. - Service Charges.

  3. Choose Invoice <invoiceID>.

  4. (For entities other than AWS EMEA SARL) To download a copy of a particular tax invoice, choose the Invoice <invoiceID> in the Tax Invoices section.

  5. (For AWS EMEA SARL) To download a copy of a particular tax invoice, choose the Invoice <invoiceID> in the Amazon Web Services EMEA SARL – Service Charges section.

To download a monthly report

Once you turn on the reports, you can download CSV files for any future billing periods.

  1. Turn on monthly reports by choosing Billing preferences in the navigation pane.

  2. Under Detailed Billing Reports, select Turn on the legacy Detailed Billing Reports feature to receive ongoing reports of your AWS charges.

  3. Choose Configure to specify where your reports will be delivered to.

    • Under Select existing bucket, choose an existing Amazon S3 bucket name as your report destination.

    • If you prefer to create a new Amazon S3 bucket to deliver reports to, enter an Amazon S3 bucket name and Region under Create a bucket.

      1. Choose Next.

      2. Verify your IAM policy and select I have confirmed that this policy is correct.

      3. Choose Save.

  4. Choose Save preferences.

  5. On the Bills page, choose Download CSV.