By Kelly Kemp - March 25 2018 18:55:41
An invoice indicates what must be paid by the buyer according to the payment terms of the seller. Payment terms usually specify the period of time that a buyer has to send payment to the seller for the goods and/or services that they have purchased.
You may be using online business accounting software, or maybe you are using a pre-printed invoice that you will complete. The process works the same way for both invoicing processes. You will prepare an invoice only after you have shipped or delivered the product or service to the customer.
In the original article that I wrote about invoices, I stated that I just stick with a Word document. If I have time, I will change it to PDF, but that does not always happen. Another common practice that I have seen is using an Excel spreadsheet to generate the invoice. But one important consideration that I did not mention back then is the plethora of accounting software out there. Due to affordable small business-targeted options such as Freshbooks or Quickbooks, you may never have to generate an invoice yourself anyway. I have heard wonderful things about these applications, but have yet to check them out.
An invoice serves several purposes. It is not just the catalyst that gets you paid, although I would venture to say that is the no 1 role, huh?
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