This VAT invoicing template helps you create professional-looking invoices in an easy and quick way. Although this free invoice template is also created based on the general sales invoice template shipped with our invoicing program, it has a slightly different format. At the top of the invoice form, you see a familiar layout: the word / term 'Invoice', your company name, your address, your contact details, Invoice number, Invoice date, Customer name, Customer Address, as well as shipping address. The most significant difference of this invoice form is on the invoice body.
This vat invoicing template has 7 columns, "Description", "Price (excluding VAT)", "Quantity", "Total (Net)", "VAT", "Total (VAT)". The receipt template calculates the price excluding VAT. VAT rate can be specified 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.
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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.
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.
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.
There are two columns on the invoice body within the print area. The 'Description' column is where you enter the hosting plan the client purchased. The 'Amount' column within the print area is for display purpose only - If the current billing item is not free, this 'Amount' column display the amount as usual, and if he current billing item is free, the column value will the Word 'Free'. You enter the actual 'Amount' value outside the print area, which is located near the right-side of the print area. The invoice template has only 6 lines, but added a payment slip to the bottom of the form. It is now added to InvoicingTemplates.comhere.
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.
On the top of the invoice the form shows your company information and the big word 'INVOICE'. Following it there is a customer section located on the left (usually titled with 'Bill To' in the templates available on Uniform Software - but this type of static text can be changed easily - you can simply type in your own labels to replace the existing one.) At the right hand there are fields for 'VAT REG #', 'Tax Date', 'Invoice Number', 'Purchase Order #', 'Payment Term' and 'Due Date'. On the invoice detail section there are 4 columns inside the print area, i.e. 'Description', 'Price', 'VAT' and 'TOTAL'. Since this invoice template is designed for service business, the 'Quantity' column is fixed to '1' and located outside the print area. Another feature of this invoice template is that it allows you to specify VAT Rate for each item (again, outside the print area). If your items are always at the same vat level, you can fill in the VAT Rate column and lock this column of values.