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How to Fill In Your Invoice
Obvious as it may seem, there are a few crucial things it’s worth double-checking before sending your invoice. Even a small mistake can result in delayed payment. Here’s a quick checklist that covers all the basics you need on every invoice:
- Contact info: Both your own details and your client’s ones, all in the top left. If you have a lot of clients consider creating a specific reference number for each one.
- Dates: Include the date you issue the invoice and also when it’s due.
- Invoice Number: A unique number for identifying the invoice, usually a sequential, serial number. This is vital, as it will help you to identify your invoices when you need them later on.
- Payment Terms: In the UK standard payment terms are 30 days, and you can charge 8.5% interest on late payments. Make sure you add your payment details too – Bank Name, Sort Code and Account Number. If you’ve ever come across any acronyms or shorthand phrases for payment terms, check this rather excellent jargon buster.
- Additional info: A brief description about what your invoice includes, and perhaps a thank you message for the client!
If you’re still not quite sure what information goes where on the invoice, you can find some handy guidelines on how to write an invoice.
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