How to create a small business invoice.
Cash flow is crucial for small businesses. Follow these steps to create an invoice to keep your small business growing.
Modern technology enables small companies to run lean, often from anywhere. To keep your small business profitable, it will take hard work and organization. To create effective invoices that work seamlessly with your other business tools, here’s a few tips to help you get started.
Customize your small business invoice.
Use your creative talents to make all your business documents shine with customizable elements that reflect what’s unique about your company. Use the same color schemes, images, and logos throughout all your printed and digital materials to help your customers become familiar with your brand.
Critical invoice information.
Include most of the following information when you create your small business invoice:
- Unique invoice number
- Date the goods or services were delivered
- Description of the product or service
- Amount payable with a due date
- Payment terms and payment instructions
- Last payment amount and date
- Contact information (for client invoice questions)
Best in class tools for creating a small business invoice template.
The number of business software programs and mobile apps available today is staggering. Choosing the right one is critical to keeping your workflow easy and hassle-free.
Adobe offers all the tools you need to create proposals, invoices, contracts, and more. A custom and professional invoice will strengthen your existing relationships and allow your small business to grow. Explore what more you can do with Acrobat Sign today.