This template is created based on c4018 the third sample of consulting invoice. The template now features an abstract background image with 15% opacity that shows a programming scene with several smart devices around, including mobile phone, tablet and desktop computer (keyboard).
The invoice template is designed for book wholesaler, publisher or store. It calculates discounts on each product as they are entered on an invoice, by using Excel formulas. Besides wholesale, it also allows applying discounts to retail customers when you invoice them.
Discounts could vary by product. Some invoices may have products at 40% discounts, others at 50%, for example.
Creating an invoice using Photography Invoicing Template is as easy as fill in a paper form. Our templates are offered in Microsoft Excel spreadsheet format. A PDF version, which is generated using Microsoft Excel, is also included. The template is provided free of charge, yet it produce beautiful and professional results that could be found only with some expensive invoicing software programs. However if you need more from your invoicing system, such as management of your clients / customers, reporting on sales, customers and products, simply install Uniform Invoice Software, which is our invoicing app that support all the templates you can download here on InvoicingTemplate.com.
Firstly, you can use this template alone for the simple purpose of creating packing slips. Simply fill in the required information - your company information (sender), and the receiver information, and number of boxes, packing date, packed by, checked by, unit weight, unit volume etc. You can use Excel's built in feature for printing and generation of PDF formatted waybills.
This invoice template provides 3 columns on the invoice form - Date, Description and Amount. The Amount here is a manually fillable field. A notary is a lawyer or person with legal training who is licensed by the government to perform acts in legal affairs, in particular witnessing signatures on documents. The form that the notarial profession takes varies with local legal systems. A notary public (or notary or public notary) of the common law is a public officer constituted by law to serve the public in non-contentious matters usually concerned with estates, deeds, powers-of-attorney, and foreign and international business. As a general rule, on the invoice that you write out for your client, line-item each charge and expense along with each fee for performing a notarial act. Clearly state what each charge, expense and notary fee is for and the amount that you are charging for each item. If your first contact with the client is by phone, provide the same information to him that you will write on the invoice to present to him in person and have him agree to the charges before you provide services as a notary. When you present your invoice to the client, you may wish to have him sign it to show that he agrees with the charges and understands the purpose of each line-itemed charge. Some Notaries provide services that, in addition to authorized notarial acts, include other non-notarial aspects of the job assignment. Or, a notary can incur expenses associated with performing a notarial act. When invoicing a client for notarial services, the notary would like to invoice for any other charges and expenses as well. ALWAYS discuss your fees with the client before you perform any service. It is unwise and could be seen as unethical for you to wait to tell your client about your fees until after your services are performed. Always give clients the chance, up front, to accept or decline your fees.
The 2-page billing summary template has 55 lines on the detail section; whereas the 1-page billing summary format offers only 19 lines. The 1-page template was created by simply hiding the line 20 to line 56 of the 2-page template. Both templates connect to the same Microsoft Access database "c5122.mdb". For more samples on multiple-page templates, click here.
The "Date" column links to the "DateCompleted" field in the back end database. This database filed is not included in the default database packaged with Uniform Invoice Software setup program, so it is a custom field (or user-defined field). The custom field feature, combined with Microsoft Excel formulas, allows as to create many complex invoicing forms without breaking the support from Uniform Invoice Software. With Excel Invoice Manager, adding and updating custom fields should be done with a separate program called Custom Field Manager. With Uniform Invoice Software, it is now a built-in feature of the main program.
Restaurant Dining Invoice Template (No Tax) is a variant of another Excel spreadsheet template here on InvoicingTemplate.com which is named Restaurant Dining Invoice Template (VAT).
It was created by simply moving out all the shipping-related fields, including: the "Ship To" section fields, such as Name, Address, City State and Zip, Country and Contact. The icon button for selecting shipping address should also be moved out of the printable area. Moving an ActiveX control, such as the icon button, is a bit more complex than just moving cells. To move an Active X control out of the printable area, you first need to unprotect the Invoice worksheet, this could be done by clicking the Unprotect Sheet command on the Review ribbon tab in Excel 2007, Excel 2010 and Excel 2013, or in Excel 2003 you have to click Excel menu Tools / Protection / Unprotect Sheet.
Clothing Store (Manufacturer) Invoice Format with Size Breakdown has other two columns that designed specifically for clothing store and manufacturers that are "Style #and Color". The actual usage of these fields could vary from business and business, but general speaking, they allow you to further detail the items and products you are selling.
It is a general purpose invoice format that could be used by many business types - freelancers, home business, sole traders, limited companies etc. The template has one tax set by default - GST (Goods and services tax - Canada), but you can easily change the tax name and default rate by following these steps:
As Irish Revenue states: Persons who issue invoices and credit notes, and persons to whom these documents are issued, should ensure that the documents accurately represent the transactions to which they refer. Failure to do so may have serious consequences for all parties concerned...... An accountable person who supplies taxable goods or services (other than construction services supplied under a relevant contract) is obliged to issue a VAT invoice. Value-Added Tax is a tax on consumer spending. It is collected by VAT-registered traders on their supplies of goods and services effected within the State, for consideration, to their customers. Generally, each such trader in the chain of supply from manufacturer through to retailer charges VAT on his or her sales and is entitled to deduct from this amount the VAT paid on his or her purchases. The effect of offsetting VAT on purchases against VAT on sales is to impose the tax on the added value at each stage of production – hence Value-Added Tax. For the final consumer, not being VAT-registered, VAT simply forms part of the purchase price.