Invoice statements are really invoices which a business generates to its customers for the remittance of payment. An invoice statement may lists out several transactions together that have been undertaken by the company for its clients.
The company will use an invoice statement to display all transactions’ information to demand payment from the customer after the business transaction between two companies is verified. This is to avoid future dispute. An invoice statement is usually made out for some goods sold or services rendered, like repair job.
An invoice statement template header may display:
* Company’s name and logo
* Company’s full mailing address & contact number
* Customer / Recipient’s full name
* Customer / Recipient’s full address and contact information
* Invoice Number
* Delivery Order Number Reference
* Customer’s Identification Code
* Accounts Summary
* Remittance information
* Billing information
The above information establishes the business relationship between the two companies.
The body of the Invoice template records the account activity information such as:
* Date of transaction
* Item number
* Type of transaction
* Due Date for Payment
* Mode of Payment (Terms: 30 days, Cash)
There can be notes of information or conditions attached at the bottom of the invoice statement as a reminder to the customer. The invoice statement which gives an overview of all transactions and invoices generated to the customer can be generated weekly, biweekly and monthly.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.