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How to Make a Simple Invoice in Numbers

Did you know that 46% of Americans settle their billings when it's overdue? Well, that could actually affect your business. Although, it depends on the client when he or she is going to pay the dues, but it's important to make an effort for that. So, send your client's bill through a simple invoice. This can help him or her know how much he or she is going to pay and when it's due. If you don't have one yet, then you can create one by referring to the steps below:

1. Provide the Invoice's Basic Details

Start your blank invoice by providing the basic details like your customer's name, invoice number, address, and phone number. Likewise, you also have to provide your company's information on the invoice.

2. List the Transaction

You have to have a list of your transactions with your client. By doing so, your client will not question the products or services he or she is going to pay.

3. Place the Price(s)

Aside from the services or products the customer got, you also have to include how much each cost. You may include the hourly rate if there is any on the basic invoice.

4. Get the Number

After listing every product or service, it's time to calculate how much the customer is going to pay. Make sure that you include charges as well on the product or services invoice. You can put discount, VAT, and others. Then, get the number of how much the client shall pay.

5. Include the Payment Terms

To avoid any blurred lines between you and your client, you should include the payment terms. This way, the customer knows when the payment is due and understand other essential details about the transaction. You can place this at the bottom of the document.

General FAQs

  • How does an invoice work?

  • Is an invoice a demand for payment?

  • Is an invoice a receipt?

  • Do you have to pay an invoice if the company made a mistake?

  • Can you use an invoice as a receipt?

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