Invoice Template / January 11, 2019 / Dionne Boone
As said the benefits of using one will not only save you a considerable amount of time but also portray you as more professional in terms of overall presentation. Invoices are basically the records of your sales transactions. Creating a blank invoice template on excel is very easy. 1. In a blank Excel document type Invoice in caps across the top of the worksheet in Column B and Row 1 (B1). 2. Click Enter and in cell B2 type your company name mailing address telephone and fax numbers email address and website link. 3. Tab to cell E1 and type Date . 4. In cell E2 just below the date field type the Invoice No . 5. In cell A6 type Bill To .
This provides for easy tracking as the assigned series is exclusive only to you and your client. 3. Dates There are only two dates that are important in an invoice template and these are the ones that reflect on the document. These are the date the invoice is raised and the date by which the payment is due. 4. Client Details Client details should include the client s name address and contact number. 5. Fees This is where the gross amount of the invoice made is reflected. Along with it the description of the item/s or type of service provided. Also included is the VAT number if available and the total amount due.
The template will provide text boxes in which you can add details of the services rendered including charges per hour cost of materials and so on. Whether you choose to download a free template or spend as little as $10.00 for a simple invoice that calculates the total for you is entirely dependent on your specific needs. Many templates available in Excel Word or Office will include options such as the calculation of tax and even hourly rate costs options. Once your service invoice template is in use you will be able to add the date client details and invoice number. This invoice is then saved into your invoice or customer file and is ready to print fax or e-mail to the client. Clients who use online banking would probably appreciate an e-mail confirmation and updates on payments received and balances still due but your older clients may still prefer a facsimile or postal service. Make sure that your client is given the options available and is able to make their choice of preferred method of invoice delivery.