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).
Whether you are doing, graphic design, contract-based event photography, family portraits or wedding photography this invoice will work for your business. The "Description of Service Provided" section allows you to detail any information that are related to your service, such as project type, picture settings, film developing, and insurance. Because of this, this template layout is consider as "general", meaning it should could be used by any photographers and photography studios. If your photography business focuses on image printing, there is another layout here on InvoicingTemplate.com that you may like to have a look, at Photography Receipt Template (Detail) or Photography Receipt Format (Detail).
One thing to note is that, if you wish to use this template with Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software), then don't rename the "Invoice" worksheet. Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) determines the type of worksheet based on its name. Renaming the worksheet will cause the invoicing program stop working with the waybill template.
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 usual "Bill To" section is now renamed to "Agency". The labels in this section include "Account Number", "Name", "Department", "Contact or Operator", "Vehicle Number" - the later 3 fields are custom fields that are not defined in the default Access database file shipped with Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software).
The "Amount" column is calculated automatically using Excel formulas from the "Quantity" and "Unit Price" columns. As you can see "Quantity" and "Unit Price" are the general column headings we used with many template here on InvoicingTemplate.com. If you wish, you can easily change them to "Hours" and "Rate". For more samples on this topic, visit free invoice template for hours and rate.
Both these templates, c4039 Restaurant Dining Invoice Template (VAT), and c4040 Restaurant Dining Invoice Template (No Tax), have the balance figures moved out of the printable form, which means they will not be printed or appear on the PDF versions of invoices, by assuming the customer always paid in full. In case you prefer to show these numbers on the form, simply move the cells back into the printable form, which is identified by the Print_Area Excel name.
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.
Although there are already several service invoice templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, Restaurant Dining Invoice Template (Restaurant Dining Receipt Format) has been customized to meet the specific business needs. Like all retail businesses, the restaurant deals directly with its customers. A professional and beautiful invoice or bill tells your customer that you are caring about your business even on the particulars. A restaurant invoice is known by many names; in England, it is known as the bill, while in America and other parts of the world, it is also known as the check. No matter how it is named, it shows not only prices quoted in the menu, and also some extra charges like Value Added Taxes (VAT) and service charges.
Converting paper-based invoice flows to electronic channels is an efficient way to cut costs and enhance supply chain integration. Use this template, United Arab Emirates Invoice Template, or United Arab Emirates Billing Form, as a starting point of design of your own invoicing form for your UAE-based business.
This VAT invoice template has a similar layout as c6008 VAT Sales Invoice Template - Price Excluding Tax - you can also find a service invoice template here on InvoicingTemplate.com, at c6014 VAT Service Invoice Template - Price Excluding Tax. The format has customized as per the requirements detailed on Irish Revenue. If you've never produced an invoice before you might be wondering how to go about this and what needs to be on the invoice in order for it to be accepted by your customer and their accounts department. If you're registered for VAT and are therefore charging VAT on your invoices it is especially important that your invoices are properly drawn up and that you keep copies so that you don't incur any penalties from Irish Revenue.