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    Post Template / example of invoice for web design

    I do web design for friends / family on the side. One of the people I made a site for wants and invoice for the work I did (for tax purposes). Does anyone have any examples, templates, or suggestions for making a nice looking one?

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    I just made really basic ones, which outlined my details, the clients details, the work I completed, and the total cost.

    Here is a bunch of invoice templates: http://www.bqe.com/dwn_samp.htm

    Regards.

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    I have an invoice that you can look up under my site at Freelancer guide and you can also view free sample invoice by signing in on Paypal.

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    I guess I'm dredging up a really old thread, but I have been asked to send an invoice, for the first time in my (very short) career as a contractor. I've looked at the samples, but can't figure out whether you number your invoices differently for different clients.

    For example, if I work 5 hours for client A and send them Invoice #1,
    then I work 10 hours for Client B, do I send Client B Invoice #2, or do I start a new set for them, and send them a different invoice, also numbered 1?

    Thanks for everyone's help! Very clueless businessperson here!

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    Having worked for a printing company that creates 3 part NCR invoices I would say that the best way to bill your clients is to send each one an invoice that is sequentially numbered. For example, client A gets invoice #3456, client B gets invoice #3457, C gets #3458 and it goes on like that throughout your billing month. That's pretty standard, I think.
    Good luck to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by valsgalore View Post
    I guess I'm dredging up a really old thread, but I have been asked to send an invoice, for the first time in my (very short) career as a contractor. I've looked at the samples, but can't figure out whether you number your invoices differently for different clients.

    For example, if I work 5 hours for client A and send them Invoice #1,
    then I work 10 hours for Client B, do I send Client B Invoice #2, or do I start a new set for them, and send them a different invoice, also numbered 1?

    Thanks for everyone's help! Very clueless businessperson here!

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    It would depend on how you want to file them. Most people use a numerical series, just because it's easier:
    - Invoice 1 - Client A
    - Invoice 2 - Client B
    - Invoice 3 - Client A

    Microsoft has a whole series of invoice templates here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...s/default.aspx

    KDLA

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    What printing company was that?

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    I don't know Nomacoro


    Website Designers Melbourne

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    Check out Freshbooks. It doens't matter what country you are based in for their pretty good free invoicing software.

    HTH

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    you should try http://www.easyaccountancy.co.uk/res..._template.html i use this as a template to invoice web design/seo clients, its a pretty good, basic template =)

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    Here is the links that can you get an idea:

    WebDesigN
    NYC Web-Design
    WebMasters
    Web Gig
    new-york web design

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    I have used some softwares in the past, such as Invoicera, project tracking software, etc. Its worth trying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavenly_blue View Post
    I do web design for friends / family on the side. One of the people I made a site for wants and invoice for the work I did (for tax purposes). Does anyone have any examples, templates, or suggestions for making a nice looking one?
    In regards to your questions


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    Let me know if I can help with anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavenly_blue View Post
    I do web design for friends / family on the side. One of the people I made a site for wants and invoice for the work I did (for tax purposes). Does anyone have any examples, templates, or suggestions for making a nice looking one?
    Your requirement here is a time billing tool, which bills clients based on the work done by you. So ultimately your kinda requirements can be fulfilled by a tool that tracks time, bills clients and invoice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavenly_blue View Post
    I do web design for friends / family on the side. One of the people I made a site for wants and invoice for the work I did (for tax purposes). Does anyone have any examples, templates, or suggestions for making a nice looking one?
    You need not to worry about. Try http://www.fetchflow.com/invoice-templates and make your own awesome invoice template with lots of features without paying any penny. Download it in any format and use it wherever you want.

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