Alternatively, if you’re looking for a downloadable blank invoice template, use this free printable invoice template in Word format.
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Use the free invoice generator to customize the blank invoice template. Fill out all the invoice details with your business information including company name and contact information (i.e. email, phone number, and address). Upload your company logo. Hit the preview button to see your invoice.
Fill out the customer’s invoice details, including the “bill to” and “ship to” sections, and the invoice number. Add your payment terms and a net 30 due date, so your customer knows late fees will apply after 30 days, if applicable.
Enter information about products you are invoicing, including sales tax and shipping costs. The invoice generator will automatically calculate the subtotal for all your line items.
Sales tax will be calculated automatically with a QuickBooks Online account. Or you can calculate it yourself using a free sales tax calculator.
Thank your customer for their business with a message. You can also notify them that late fees may apply for past-due payments. You can also set up automatic payment reminders for your customers.
Customize your invoice template. Be sure to preview your invoice one final time to make sure everything looks good. Then download your PDF invoice and send it to your client.
Use the free invoice generator to create customized invoices as many times as you’d like! Alternatively, if you’re looking for a downloadable blank invoice template, use this free printable invoice template in Word format.
Tired of manually creating and sending each invoice? Save time and get paid faster with smart invoicing in QuickBooks. No more paper checks, transaction fees, or hectic bank runs. Send custom invoices and accept payment right in the online invoice. Customers can pay by credit cards, debit cards, and ACH bank transfers–anywhere, anytime!
Invoices, like bills, are issued from a vendor to a customer for something they’ve already received, something in development, or something that’s ready to be created. But invoices, unlike a restaurant bill, aren’t necessarily due immediately upon receiving them. You may choose to set invoice payment terms of up to 3 months, to give your customers flexibility to manage their cash.
You may choose to send invoices first thing in the morning when most people are checking their emails and establishing their to-do lists. Alternatively, you could also send invoices at the end of the work day so that your customers can see them when they check their email first thing in the morning.
Common types of invoices used include: service invoice, sales invoice, purchase invoice, recurring invoice, proforma invoice, interim invoice, credit invoice, debit invoice, mixed invoice, commercial invoice, timesheet invoice, expense report, past due invoice, final invoice, and more.
If your business requires payment upfront, you may choose to use a proforma invoice, indicating a fee agreement and/or estimated costs.
With QuickBooks invoicing software, you can choose from many different invoice templates based on your needs.
With QuickBooks Online, customers can pay right in the online invoice, using credit cards, debit cards or ACH bank transfers–even from their mobile device. No setup or transaction fees!
If you’re tired of manually creating each invoice, try the additional benefits that come with smart invoicing in QuickBooks, such as pay-enabled invoices and instant deposits!
With QuickBooks Payments’ pay-enabled invoices, customers can pay right in the online invoice, helping you get paid sooner!
1. QuickBooks Payments account subject to eligibility criteria, credit and application approval. Subscription to QuickBooks Online may be required.
2. QuickBooks Cash Flow Center will be initially available only for new QuickBooks customers.
3. QuickBooks Payments required to use QuickBooks Cash account. QuickBooks Payments account subject to eligibility criteria, credit and application approval. Subscription to QuickBooks Online may be required. Terms and conditions apply. See Deposit Account Agreement for details. Banking services provided by and QuickBooks Visa Debit Card is issued by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. QuickBooks products and services are not provided by Green Dot Bank.
4. Mobile card reader is a standalone, optional device. New, approved GoPayment merchant accounts eligible for one (1) free reader. Free unit is applicable towards the lowest cost mobile card reader available at the time of redemption, through Intuit. See available mobile readers or purchase additional devices.
5.Next-day deposit features are subject to eligibility criteria. We anticipate that a large majority of customers who use bank transfers (ACH) with QuickBooks Payments will receive next day bank transfer (ACH) deposits as transaction history is established. New payments customers will be notified when next day bank transfer (ACH) eligibility is established. For next day deposits, payments processed before 3:00 PM PT arrive at your bank the next business day (excluding weekends and holidays). Deposit times may vary for other payment methods, third party delays or risk reviews. Subscription to QuickBooks Online may be required.
6.Real-time access requires connection to and participation by your financial institution.
†Get paid faster: Getting paid 2X faster based on U.S. QuickBooks Online invoices using invoice tracking & payment features from August 2016 to July 2017.
Terms, conditions, pricing, special features, and service and support options subject to change without notice.