Regardless of the type of work done for any individual or business, invoices are usually submitted to the recipient for payment. This is how the business survives. The more work done, the more invoices sent to accrue payment for more profit. This improves the cash flow of the company which accounts for its expansion.
A work invoice is very much like the standard invoice where the relevant information about a job done is listed for the purpose of demanding payment. The information is listed out also for the recipient to confirm the completion of job done and proceed with payment as soon as possible.
A work invoice 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
The body of the work invoice template records:
* Quantity of Items sold/purchased
* Item number
* Unit Price
* Line Total
The above lists the actual transaction details so that payment can be made to the originator of this invoice. The invoice can list further instructions at the bottom to remind the customer the following information:
* Due Date for Payment
* Mode of Payment (Terms: 30 days, Cash)
* Check payable to (Company name)
* Terms and conditions
It can be in duplicate for reference purposes.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.