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As a freelancer, creating invoices might not what you best at but it is necessary. Further more your invoice should be prim and proper, so that you can get paid by your clients efficiently. While invoicing is not a fun task, it's a necessary one: by keeping clients informed of your expectations, you will get paid punctually and reinforce your professionalism. Using a template is the most easy and quick way to get the job done. Our templates online here on InvoicingTemplate.com help you spend less time creating invoices and more time doing the things you love.
The template has no tax set by default (the tax cells are hidden and not printable). With 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.
When creating an invoice, be sure to include your contact information. Put your name, address, phone number, email address, and even your website at the top of the invoice. If you are USA-based charge over $600 over the course of the year, you'll probably need to give your client your business's Federal Tax ID number (so they can send you a 1099-MISC, see Form 1099-MISC, Miscellaneous Income - IRS.gov, or Form 1099-MISC - Wikipedia).
The most noticeable difference between this free Clothing Shop Receipt and the default sales invoice template shipped with Uniform Invoice Software is that the clothing shop receipt template has a "Size" column on the printable invoice form. That is, there are now 6 columns on the printable form - product#, description, size, quantity, unit price, line total. The other column, Taxable, which allows you to indicate whether each item is table or not, is located outside the printable form.
Except the "Current Balance" column, which is in fact the "Line total" column in the default invoice template shipped with Uniform Invoice Software, all the other columns are manually fillable when you create an invoice. The calculation of "Current Balance" is done by "Charge - Payments - Insurance Payments" using Excel formulas. As you can see, we completely redefined the calculation method of the "Current Balance" or "Line total" cells, without breaking or modifying Uniform Invoice Software, which is our invoicing software that processes tasks like saving invoices, auto-generation of invoice numbers, tracking customers etc. Even in complex accounting / invoicing systems on the market, this level of flexibility could hardly be found. Uniform Invoice Software archived this easily because it uses Excel spreadsheets as its front end.
The itemized detail section features 3 columns, "#", "Description" and "Amount". This "#" column is a line number column, but not the "Item#" or "Product ID" column as found in many other templates here on InvoicingTemplate.com. The value of the "#" column is filled automatically using an Excel formula like this:
The most fascinating side of photography lies in the move from photography using film to photography using media storage. Nowadays even "traditional" photographers have begun to use digital SLR cameras in order to obtain the most brilliant and clear pictures possible. This template, Photography Receipt Template (Detail) or Photography Receipt Format (Detail), includes fields for digital image processing, such as the "CD" field. Including the CD field, there are totally 8 columns on this template - "ROLL", "DIMENSIONS", "GLOSSY / MATTE", "COLOR / B&W", "# in ROLL", "DOUBLES?", "CD?" and "LINE TOTAL". The "DIMENSIONS" field is actually the "Product Name" field in the original Sales Invoicing Template shipped with Uniform Invoice Software. The "Product ID", "Quantity" and "Price" fields, which are found in many templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, were moved out of the printable area of the sheet. Beside "DIMENSIONS" and "LINE TOTAL", all the other 6 columns are custom fields that are not defined in the default database (and template) shipped with Uniform Invoice Software.
While the title of the current template is set to "INVOICE", you can easily modify it to be a work order by moving out cells like "Total Due" and "Paid" to the area out of the printable invoicing form.
Although this is a very different format or layout than the default invoice template shipped with Uniform Invoice Software, the fact is that it is not so hard to customize default invoice form to create this one. The most important operation during the customization is the moving of cells and fields. Let's say you want to move the shipping section in the default sales invoice template out of the printable area, for example, here are the steps.
What if you need to show discounts in a more detailed manner? For example, show discounts applied to each item on invoice body separately? This requires an additional column on the invoice body, as compared to the 5 columns on the default sales invoice template that shipped with the setup program of Uniform Invoice Software. So in this customized sample invoice template - Sales Invoice Template with Discount Amount Column, we have 6 columns on the invoice body within the printable invoice body: Product ID, Description, Quantity, Unit Price, Discount, and Line Total. The "Discount" here is an amount value. We'll publish the percentage version of this sample invoice template here on InvoicingTemplate.com in the near future.
The image border was added to the template as a background image or watermark. It occupy respectable space of the printable invoicing form so we need to reduce the number of visible rows from 12 (as implemented in the original template) to 8. We also set al the paper margins to leave space for the image border. To make space for quotation mark on the top-left corner, we move the logo image, which you should replace with your own business logo before you create your own invoices, to the bottom part.