Giving a customer a discount and detailing the discount might be a good choice for some businesses. While the discount can be listed as an item with negative price or line total, a more detailed 'Discount' column on the invoice form could be even better. With this free invoice format, the 'Discount' column is defined as an amount, i.e. the discount value you manually entered will be subtracted from the line total of the given line. All the calculations are done automatically by Excel. You may also like to see: Template with Discount Percentage Column and Template with Discount Column without Client.
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The most interesting part of this invoice template is that how the template translate address the Holland format - the template allows you to enter the client address information (both the 'Bill To' and 'Ship To' addresses) in 'City (State) ZIP' format, and then transform it into 'ZIP CODE space City' format, for example '567 AA Amsterdam'. The transformation is done automatically with Excel formula. Another point to notice about this invoice template is that the invoice body has 6 columns - since this invoice template is designed for clothing-related business, a 'Size' (Maat) column is necessary - and usually important enough to list it as a dedicated column.
In some business practices it's usual not to list the customer/client details on the receipt or invoice. This template moves both the 'Bill To' and 'Ship To' sections out side the print area, so they will not appear on the printed invoices. The discount column in this template is an amount value. If you would like to use a percentage discount column, see Template with Discount Percentage Column. If you need a template that prints client/customer information, see Template with Discount Amount Column.
If your business does not sell and ship goods, this free general service invoice template might be a good choice. As the name implies, the invoice form includes fields required by many service companies, including a job description. The invoice form has formulas set to calculating line totals, subtotal, tax and total. Download and try it to see if it meets your business requirements. Note that InvoicingTemplates.com also featured this template here.
This invoice template is designed for those who publishing newsletters. On the invoice form you can detail customer billing information, as well as newsletter delivery address. On the invoice body, for each newsletter that the customer subscribes, you can detail the start date (month) and end date (month). This invoice template has 6 lines on the invoice form, leaving space on the bottom of the form for you to briefly introduce the service you provide.
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.
Commercial Invoice Template offers a blank commercial invoice form that helps you create commercial invoice, bill of sale or receipt in an intuitive way. The commercial invoice template contains required information for a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officer to determine if the goods being imported are admissible, and if so, what the correct Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) classification and rate of duty should be.