If you like the invoice template that supports two vat rates, where the free invoice template choose a VAT rate automatically according to the item type you choose, you might think about making the VAT rate column visible to your customer / client, so that your customers know clearly the VAT rate applied to each item. This is easy to implement too. Using the invoice template that supports two vat rates as a starting point, all you need to do is to move the VAT rate column into the print area.
The sample invoice template has 6 columns, i.e. 'Product ID', 'Description', 'Tax Rate', 'Unit Price', 'Quantity', 'Line Total'. The 'Tax Category' and 'Tax Amount' columns are outside the print area. With the 'Tax Category' column you can choose the tax category for the current invoicing item from a dropdown list. It is this category that determines the tax rate that will be applied.
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This is the default invoice form layout shipped with the installer program of our popular Invoice Manager program. It is suitable for many business types, as it offers both "Bill To" and "Ship To" fields, and the invoice body section allows you to details both the service provided and the goods supplied. Now this template is also featured as a free invoice template on InvoicingTemplates.com.
If you are running a gold shop or jeweler shop for selling gold products, try this free invoice template or receipt template. Per the business requirements, the form does not use the 'Bill To' and 'Ship To' sections, and all these fields are moved out the print area. Outside the print area there is a 'Rate' field with which you can specify the gold rate of the day, and a 'making charge' column, which is added to the line total. A 'Discount' field is also placed on the bottom of the invoice form, where you can specify the discount for the total order.
Automotive garages and repair shops usually require some special fields on their invoice forms. This sample invoice template designed for automotive garages and repair workshops helps you create professional and beautiful invoices with quick and easy.
The discount column on the invoice body are titled with '%Discount'. As you can see, the discounts you entered here are formatted and seen as percentags. For example, if quanity is 10, unit price is 20, '%Discount' is 5, then the line total is 190. All the calculations within the free invoice template are done with Excel formulas. You may also like to see: Template with Discount Amount Column and Template with Discount Column without Client.
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 free invoice form is a variant of the general sales invoice template shipped with Invoice Manager. It differs from the general sales invoice template in that it has only two columns - a 'Description' column and an 'Amount' column. The 'Amount' column on this invoice form is manually-input, i.e. it is not calculated from Quantity and Price as seen in many other invoice templates. However the subtotal and total are calculated automatically. The invoice form does not have taxes set - if you need, you can unhide Excel worksheet row 31 and row 32 to display the tax rows. Or, if you have Invoice Manager for Excel installed, and are using the version of the template for Invoice Manager, you can set up tax options on the 'Settings' window.