The free Quickbooks invoice template from FreshBooks is especially designed for small businesses, freelancers, contractors, consultants and the self-employed. It was created to make your business look more professional and to help keep your billing organized.
Customize this blank invoice template to fit your business, whether you’re a service-based company, a tradesperson, an e-commerce or retail company or a non-profit.
Download FreshBooks’ Quickbooks invoice template in popular formats like Word (.DOC), Excel, (.XLS), .PDF, Google Docs and Google Sheets. Then, customize it however you like or keep it simple.
You can find the free invoice templates gallery here.
Download the Quickbooks Invoice Template
Quickbooks Invoice Template
A basic invoice template that’s as straightforward as it is professional. Add or remove fields, change the header and add a logo. Or keep things simple, add a few details and send it off.
A Quickbooks invoice is used by a seller to request payment from a buyer. It is a formal document that lists the products or service a business has provided to a buyer and which the buyer is now bound to pay for.
Quickbooks invoices can be used by any small business who is selling a product or service to a buyer on credit. Quickbooks invoices are also important records of sales transactions. These records are important to keep a business’s books accurate and up to date, which becomes even more crucial at tax time.
How to Create a Quickbooks Invoice
Create a Quickbooks invoice by following these steps:
Download your free Quickbooks invoice template
Add your contact information. Include your company name or your personal name, if you’re a freelancer
Include your company logo
Add your customer’s information and a customer number, if you use them. Add a shipping address, if needed, and shipping terms.
Add an invoice number, invoice date and payment due date
Include a purchase order number, if your customer gave you one, and a tracking number, if applicable
Insert a payment due date
List the services or products provided. Include a description, unit price, price and quantities.
Find the subtotal. Add sales tax, if applicable, and a tax number. Include discounts, shipping and handling, late fees or credit, if required.
Calculate the total
Insert payment terms at the bottom, such as how to pay you
Send the invoice via email or print it off and mail (or fax it) to the client
Invoice Types for Quickbooks
Here are the most common invoice types:
Standard Invoice: A typical invoice used by most businesses
Commercial Invoice: Used to document the importation of foreign goods
Automatic Invoice: A recurring invoice that’s the same each billing cycle
Pro-Forma Invoice: Provides an estimate of costs before a project’s started
Progress Invoice: An invoice used to bill in stages for long projects
Credit Invoice: Used to issue a refund or a discount
Debit Invoice: Charge for extra work
Mixed Invoice: Bill for services or products and issue a refund or discount
Prepaying Invoice: Charge your client for a deposit or retainer on future work.
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