You will still be able to see the Charges By Account tab on the Bills Page. The invoice itself will be rolled up, however further down the invoice you can see Activity by account which will show Summary charges/credits for each, and further down still Detail for each linked account with charges/credits per service.
Cheers, Kyle Newton | Cloud FinOps Engineer | Converge Technology Solutions
Sounds like exactly what I need 😍 I have a few months to see it in action before going live so this is great news.
You can also use Cost Explorer for the cost reporting, where you can download reports with the breakdow of cost by service, by each account ID, or even other patameters. Plus, with consolidated billing, your total bill across all accounts may be optimized further. For example, some services (like S3) have tiered pricing, which means that the more you use, the less you pay. With consolidated billing, all accounts in one organization are considered as a one billing entity (one account) for the purpose of that tiered pricing. So, if those accounts were using a lot of S3 separately, they might not be able to reach the cheaper tier, but with all accounts all together in the consolidated billing family, you have higher chance of benefiting from such tiered pricing.
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