Invoicing

Newsletter Signup
Take the Financial Literacy Quiz
More in Invoicing

Example invoice – what to include on your business invoices

Posted in INVOICING

Invoices are important business documents. We examine an example invoice and explain what information you must include on your invoices. Most invoices follow a straightforward format. It's generally a good idea to stick with these conventions, as in our example invoice. You can be fairly sure your customers will be familiar with them. Your invoices must [...]

InvoiceSherpa – helping to make invoicing run smoothly and on time

Posted in INVOICING

Intuit’s CEO Brad Smith has a great analogy about our business focus that ties to the things people can’t live without: air, water and food. For businesses, I’d add another to the list: cash flow. Small businesses tend to think of their finances in terms of money in, money out. Scary statistic provided by our InvoiceSherpa friends: [...]

Five invoicing clangers to avoid

Posted in INVOICING

Invoicing is obviously one the most important tasks for a small business but many people push it to the bottom of the to-do list. If you rush invoicing or approach it haphazardly, you’ll make mistakes and you could end up with delayed payments, irritated clients and your financial records in a mess. These are some [...]

Five essential invoicing tips to help you get paid faster

Posted in INVOICING

If you don’t raise an invoice, you won’t get paid. Invoicing should not be seen as a back-office administrative nuisance. Rather, it is a vital first step in achieving healthy cashflow. Can you answer yes to all these questions? ­ Do you raise an invoice immediately after you have supplied the goods or service? Do [...]