Download the QuickBooks invoicing template for free
Our free invoice template is ideal for those who want to send a great looking invoices. But if you're a busy entrepreneur or small business that sends invoices regularly, it really is time to think about getting the best invoicing software in Malaysia to save you time.
QuickBooks Online vs Free Invoice Template
How much time do you waste on invoicing? Maybe it’s time to switch to an easy to use Cloud Accounting Solution. Look more professional, track your invoices, turn on late invoice payment reminders and see real time payments once invoices have been paid. Clients can pay you directly from the invoice making it easy for them to pay on time.
A professional-looking invoice not only helps to legitimise your business, it helps you to get paid faster.
Create a professional look
Customize invoices from an array of templates with your logo and accent colors.
Send invoices online
Create and email your invoices in minutes and see when it has been viewed.
See overdue invoices at a glance and send reminders to your outstanding accounts.
Let QuickBooks Online handle your Invoicing so you can grow your business
Here are important components that should be featured on all invoices.
The word “TAX INVOICE” should be in large letters, across the top of the document.
Payer or Customer name and address
The company or individual customer who will be making the payment should be listed, along with their mailing address.
Payee or Supplier name and address
The name of the person or company being paid (that’s you!) should be listed, along with your mailing address. Your email address may also suffice in place of a mailing address.
SST Registration Number
The supplier's SST registration number should be added below the address.
SST (Sales and Services Tax)
If you charge SST (previosuly GST), state the amount of SST included and the rate at which you charge SST: eg 10%. If you’re not charging SST, issue an invoice stating “No SST has been charged”. See more about SST in Malaysia.
Itemised list of goods or services
Description of the work that was done should be listed. For example, if the invoice is for a product or service, list the the product or service name, quantity, per-unit price and total price. If it is an hourly rate, add the number of hours worked.
Invoice number or Identifying number
An invoice number helps keep invoices organised. Create an invoice number that goes up incrementally each time a new one is sent.
You should always state the date when payment is due eg: 14 days. You can establish your own payment terms, depending on your type of business and your customers.
A tax invoice should be issued within 30 days from the time of supply. Your customer needs to keep this tax invoice to claim input tax on their standard-rated purchases.
QuickBooks Online has the best invoicing features - for the world's hardest workers
Create and send invoices from your mobile
Send your invoices on the go. No need to wait until you’re back in the office, no need to print and mail.
See when customers have opened your invoice
Check when your customers have received and opened an invoice – no more ‘I didn’t get your invoice’ excuses.
Get paid faster online
Add a Pay now button to your invoices to let your customers pay immediately with debit card, credit card, or PayPal.
Automatic invoice reminders
No more chasing late payers – set up payment reminders that automatically send just before or after an invoice is due.
Set up bulk and repeating invoices
Invoice the same customers often? Don’t waste time with manual data entry – set up repeating invoices or bulk invoices to save time.
Free unlimited support
If you need help, support is available with answers to your questions and information on running your business.
Resources for Successful Invoices
The QuickBooks Resource Centre is packed with practical tips to help you create and send your best invoices, maximise cash flow and grow your business. Here's a few to improve your invoices.
How to get invoices paid on time
When clients don’t pay for completed work, you’re putting your cash flow at risk. Learn how to avoid late invoice payments by creating the perfect invoice, and what to do when a client doesn't pay an invoice.
Choosing and Defining Invoice Payment Terms
Boost your chances of getting paid on time with Clear and appropriate Payment Terms, ensuring the invoices you send are paid in a timely fashion. Awareness of cross-border business differences in payment terms and culture can significantly affect your business' cash flow.
For small businesses in Malaysia, the cloud represents an ideal combination of increased productivity, automated accounting, hassle-free security and customizable scalability.