Uniform Invoice Software turns a simple invoice template into a powerful invoicing system by connecting the template with a backend database.
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This vat invoicing template has 7 columns, "Description", "Price (excluding VAT)", "Quantity", "Total (Net)", "VAT", "Total (VAT)". The invoicing template is designed for the situation where prices include VAT tax. You specify VAT rate on the bottom of the invoice form. The amount of VAT of each invoicing item is calculated automatically and listed on the invoice body too.
This free sample invoice template implements a feature that allows you to charge different tax rates based on the type of an invoicing item - for example, one tax rate for labor and another tax rate for general items (products). The type of an item can be selected from a dropdown list, the Excel formulas implemented in the template check the type, and apply correct tax rate to the current item. The template then calculates all the line totals, subtotal, tax total and grand total, all done in an automated way. You might think this type feature could be hard to find even in some complicated invoicing programs, but with Excel it is done without a line of programming code. This is another good example of how to fulfill your special business requirements by using Excel-based invoicing.
The sample consulting invoice form provided to you for free by UniformSoft.com includes all the usual fields that a service invoice template does, include your own company information, an (optional) logo image, invoice#, invoice date, fields for client information, as well as the invoice body area, where you can detail the price of each invoicing item.
This is another sample invoice form that is created from general sales invoice template. There are two columns on the invoice body within the print area, 'Description' and 'Amount', both are editable. The most interesting part regarding this free invoice format is that the 'Total' section (i.e. the summary section) was moved to the heading section of the invoice form, where we usually find the 'Shipping Address'. We cannot say which layout is the better one - to put the summary on the bottom, or to put the summary on the heading - what we can say is that, this is just a different invoice format.
This is another sample of how to modify an existing invoicing template (in this case, a VAT invoice template with 2 VAT rates) to create a new one. The original free invoice template places the 'VAT Rate' and 'VAT Amount' columns outside the print area. While the original form design leaves more spaces for writing item descriptions etc., by moving the VAT Rate and VAT Amount columns into the print area you give your customers / clients more clear figures on how everything is calculated.
The invoice template has two columns within the print area, a description column and a total column. 'Payment Type' can be chosen from a dropdown list on the bottom of the invoice form. The invoice template support 'change order' - if an item on the invoice form has the word 'change order' within the 'description' field, the grand total of the will become the total of the line with the word 'change order' appears.