All businesses need to send invoices to their customers in order to make the request for payment formal and legally actionable. Whether you are a newbie business owner, manager, or salesperson, you need to create a billing invoice that fits the nature of your company and the products and services it provides. If you are currently perplexed with how to go about creating a billing invoice that suits your business needs, then you may check out our easily downloadable collection of Invoice Samples. Freely scroll down below.
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What Is a Billing Invoice?
A billing invoice is a commercial instrument that serves as the request for payment. Unlike the basic sales invoice that is sent immediately after or before the customer acquire the product or avail the service, a billing invoice is commonly served to the customers weeks or days after the customer procured the product or service.
Organizations or Companies That Issues Billing Invoices
In normal business transactions, an invoice is usually handed to the customer right after they receive the product or the service has been fully served. There are specific types of businesses, however, that send billing invoices to their clients after two weeks or at the end of the month, and those are the following:
- electric companies,
- telephone companies,
- Internet providing companies,
- law firms (when the type of service provided involves a series of court hearings and continuous litigation processes), and
- hospitals and clinics (when the customer/patient has spent a long duration of time within the hospital’s premises while availing several laboratory tests and various medical procedures).
Parts of a Billing Invoice
Here are the parts of a billing invoice:
- the detalis of the company providing the service or product (name, contact number, address);
- name of customer;
- date of purchase/duration of time that they used the company’s services (such as electricity, Wi-Fi, etc.);
- contact number of customer;
- enumeration of the items/service provided;
- corresponding prices/rates;
- payment terms; and
- taxable amounts.
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Advantages of Using a Billing Invoice
- Enables the company staff/manager to track down business transactions. When you send billing invoices, it is natural that you retain a copy for your own company’s archives. This way you can keep a record of all your business transactions. By having a record, you can pull out these documents in case there are disputes in the future
- A billing invoice can serve as a legal document that can be used for future legal references in an event there are disputes. For example, when your customer refuses to honor his end of the bargain by withholding payment, as a business owner, you have the option to litigate in court and show a copy of your sales invoice as proof of your formal and initial request for payment.
- A billing invoice contains taxable amounts, and it is a necessary document for the filing of tax forms.
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