If you handle your own invoicing as an entrepreneur or small business owner, you can create invoices simply, using our downloadable free invoice templates.
Send your invoice online for faster payment, using your choice of Word, Google Docs, Excel, Google Sheets or PDF formats.
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Invoice templates in Word and Google Docs. Templates in Microsoft Word and Google Docs are easy to customize — change colors, fonts, and add your own logo to send a well designed invoice. The smart, quick, and familiar option.
Invoice templates in Excel and Google Sheets.
Use formulas to calculate totals or taxes quickly on the Microsoft Excel invoice template. Choose Excel for a tailored invoice which cuts the the admin burden by doing the math for you.
Invoice templates as PDF.
You can easily edit your PDF invoice template and send it to your client as a compact file, in a matter of minutes. Perfect for keeping it from unwanted edits, especially with the ability to protect it with a password. A good choice if you want to reduce the file size of your invoice without sacrificing design or security.
Word documents are flexible, easy to customize, and can be opened on practically any computer.
Fill in your invoice template in Excel. Excel documents can automatically calculate subtotals, totals, tax and more.
Create your template in PDF. PDF documents are compact, searchable, and can be password protected for security.
As a business owner you’ve probably seen a number of different invoice types. Here are some of the most common.
Commercial invoice - A commercial invoice is usually used as part of the import process when bringing goods into the US from overseas.
Pro-forma - The pro-forma invoice shows the estimate or quotation for work which hasn’t yet been completed — it doesn’t constitute the final bill.
Timesheet - You might use a timesheet if you’re invoicing for hours worked rather than products bought or projects completed.
Past due invoice or memo invoice - If a client is late in paying, issue a past due or memo invoice to remind them and add in any late fees to the total due.
Recurring invoice - A recurring invoice may be sent every month, quarter or year for example, and reflects an ongoing agreement for work, or an arrangement such as a rental.
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