Whether you are a multinational limited company or a single person sole trader it is important that you have a structured approach to your invoicing or you may lose track of what payments you are waiting for.
Invoicing your clients is a fairly straightforward and simple process, provided you have a good invoice template to work from. There are three things you must include on your invoices:
- Your business name
- An address where any legal documents can be delivered
- Your VAT number if you are VAT registered. If not, you can ignore this part of the template.
You should keep a record of all the invoices you have sent out along with when you received payment in order to keep track of your finances!
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2013 Invoice Template:
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If you still haven’t decided whether freelancing is right for you then the following pages may be useful:
- Benefits of Freelancing - the benefits to you as a freelancer and to your potential clients
- Freelancing Part Time - can you freelance whilst still in your permanent role?
- Sole Trader or Limited? - which route is right for you?
- VAT and NI - how do VAT and NI affect you as a freelancer?
- Freelancer Insurances - what insurances do you need as a freelancer?
- Freelancer Take Home Pay Calculator - how much more could you earn by going freelancing?
- Finding Freelance Work - how to find your freelance roles
- Freelancer FAQ’s - all your questions answered
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