Whether you are an independent contractor / freelancer / subtractor, or are a limited company contractor, you can find and download free fillable contractor invoice template here that enables you to easily create contractor invoices and bills with an intuitive Excel spreadsheet template.
Being a sub-topic under service invoice templates, our blank contractor billing templates for Excel could be used for both service / labor and expenses (such as Contractor Billing Format), project-based invoicing (such as Plumbing Contractor Invoice Template (Landscape), job billing (for example Job Invoicing Template), and billing based on hours worked and rate (for example Hourly Service Invoice Template (Price Excluding Tax), see invoice template hours worked for more sample formats on this).
Each contractor invoice form here comes with a PDF invoice that demonstrates what your client will see. The contractor invoice form is printable, or could be send with email with one single click of mouse if you have Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) installed and properly set up.
Most templates listed here don't have the balance due field shown on the printable form. Those template could be easily changed to contractor work order or receipt of payment. To do this, switch the template into design mode, and then change the big "INVOICE" title to "RECEIPT" or "WORK ORDER".
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No matter what your contractor or freelancer service is, a professional and beautiful invoice gives your client a good impression that you are caring about your business. We've already published a number of free invoicing templates / billing formats that you can choose from, like those in the service invoice template and consulting invoice template categories, or the specific ones like Contractor Billing Format (c3009), Plumbing Contractor Invoice Template (Landscape) (c2009), Parts and Labor Invoice Template (c4071), Website Development Invoice Template (c2024), etc.
To make this template work with Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software), Contractor Billing Format adopts tricks. First, the most left column on the visible (and printable) area was a custom field "ItemLine", which was continuously named from "oknItemLine_1" to "oknItemLine_18", to tell Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) that there are 18 lines on the invoice detail section. The other columns, such as "DATE", "DETAILS" and "AMOUNT", has an interruption in their name serials. For example, "oknItemDate_1" to "oknItemDate_6" are put onto same column, "oknItemDate_7" to "oknItemDate_12" are put onto another column outside the printable area, and "oknItemDate_13" to "oknItemDate_18" are put onto the same column as "oknItemDate_1" to "oknItemDate_6". This is necessary because the space for "oknItemDate_7" to "oknItemDate_12" is used by the tax and amount cells.
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This form is a member of our contractor invoice templates. The form layout is based on Mixed Tax Rates in an Invoice (7 Columns). We kept the main layout features found in the original form such as 7 columns, separately taxing on "Material" and "Labor". On the other hand, we also changed a lot in this new spreadsheet, besides the construction worker and house image.
According to Australian Taxation Office, if your tax invoices meet the requirements for sales of $1,000 or more, you can also use them for sales of lesser amounts. So this template could be seen as a replacement of our original two formats. Furthermore, we redesigned the original "Taxable" checkboxes - in the original version, they are ActiveX controls; in this new version they are Excel / Office form controls. With the development of Microsoft Office / Excel, it seems that form controls get better support than old ActiveX controls. We've also moved all the "Taxable" controls into the printable forms, so that they will be included when printed (see the screenshot images below), or be included when you are generating PDF invoice (see all PDF invoice templates here on InvoicingTemplate.com).
Once you have installed Invoice Manager, install this template to invoicing easily in Hawaiian. The editable fields left in blank are what you need to enter on creating invoices. Download and try this simple sheet to see how it works for you. The online tool is able to translate most text into Hawaiian as shown below.
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The template has no tax set by default (the tax cells are hidden and not printable). With Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) installed, you can easily change it to one tax or two taxes, depending on your particular needs. Simply click the Settings button on the ribbon tab, and then go to the Taxes tab, choose your tax type (no tax, one tax, two taxes), enter the tax name such as VAT, and the rate, click Apply and you are done! With this flexibility, we can say this template is not only suitable for freelancer, limited company and also sole trader, whether they are VAT-registered or not.
All invoice templates here on InvoicingTemplate.com are in Excel spreadsheet format (xlsx or xls). While Microsoft Word can also be used to procedure beautiful and professional invoices in docx or doc format, the benefits of Excel is clear - it is more suitable for doing calculations. For example, in this template the line totals, subtotal, tax and total are all computed automatically using Excel formulas.
The duplicate "Bill To" section is created simply using Excel formula. For example, "Client Name" ($F$39) is filled with the Excel formula "=oknWhoName", where "oknWhoName" is the cell name / range name for a cell inside the "Bill To" section; similarly, "Address" ($F$40) is filled with the Excel formula "=oknWhoAddress", where "oknWhoAddress" is also the name of a cell inside the "Bill To" section. All these fields within the remittance slip section are filled automatically whenever you pick up a client manually, or with the on-sheet picker button, or by entering the client# into the "Customer#" field directly.
Plumbing Contractor Invoice Template (Landscape) is a variant of c2008 Plumbing Contractor Invoice Template. It differs from the original Excel invoice template in that the layout is suitable for printing on A4 paper in landscape orientation.
If you use the Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) version of this Plumbing Contractor Billing Template, the "Code" columns allows you to fill in material and service descriptions without typing in manually each time. You can either pick it up from a pop-up box or type in the corresponding code.
Although this template is named with the word "construction" and "contractor", it could also been seen as a general service invoice template. For example, consultants, service providers, and other small businesses could use this invoicing form too. We have other layouts here on InvoicingTemplate.com too. If you charge based on hourly rates, visit Invoice Template Hourly Rate. A Handyman Invoice Template is also ready here for you.
As detailed on export.gov, "The term, Incoterms®, is an abbreviation for International Commercial Terms. They are a set of rules which define the responsibilities of sellers and buyers for the delivery of goods under sales contracts for domestic and international trade." With the previous implementations of blank commercial invoice templates (FedEx style), terms of Sale (Incoterms) was limited to 3 options on the printable form - FOB (Free On Board - risk pass to buyer including payment of all transportation and insurance cost once delivered on board the ship by the seller. Used for sea or inland waterway transportation), C&F (Cost and Freight - CFR, Title, risk and insurance cost pass to buyer when delivered on board the ship by seller who pays the transportation cost to the destination port. Used for sea or inland waterway transportation) and CIF (Cost Insurance and Freight - Title and risk pass to buyer when delivered on board the ship by seller who pays transportation and insurance cost to destination port. Used for sea or inland waterway transportation). These options are implemented as checkbox on the bottom of the form. All the 3 options are rules for sea and inland waterway transport. Effective January 2010, the ICC once again updated Incoterms (see Incoterms 2010) to follow the modern trends in international trade. The number of Incoterms® rules has been reduced from 13 to 11.