Invoice number: Every invoice needs to have a way to differentiate from one another, called an invoice number. You can format invoice numbers in many ways. Typically you will see file numbers, unique billing codes, or date-based purchase order numbers. Our free invoice generator can help you add that easily.
Logo: Add your business logo to make your estimate, invoice or receipt look more professional and on-brand.
Due date: It's essential to provide a due date so that your clients know when they have to make a payment.
Company name and details: Provide your company details on your invoice to identify who the invoice is from. Include your legal name, address, phone number, email, and contact details of your business.
Name and details of client: Provide the customer's name, shipping address, and other contact information.
Notes: Provide any extra detail or answers to questions that your customers may have about the invoice they are receiving or any information around payment terms or payment instructions.
Items: This section is a line item that shows what the charges are for on the invoice. A line item details each service or product you’re billing for. For example, if you’re a contractor, you’d have line items for materials and for your labor.
Quantity: If there are multiple items, or units then you would include them here in your invoice for your customers.
Unit price: This is the price of the item you are charging your customer for.
VAT: VAT is known as a Value Added Tax. In the United States, it's known as a sales tax. This is the tax rate your government takes for each sale.
Amount: This is the total amount before discount or any other adjustments
Currency: A system of money in general use in a particular country. You can set the currency for your country in the top right corner of our invoice generator.
Bank account: Provide your bank account information here if you prefer to have your clients pay you directly to your business bank account.
Business ID: If your company has an ID from a government entity, such as l an IRS Employer Identification Number (EIN), then you can include it here.
BIC/Swift: BIC is a Business Identifier Code which is an international standard for routing business transactions.
Reference: This is typically used for a reference number if you want to connect this invoice to another invoice or service you’ve provided