Here’s what you need to include on your invoice to give yourself the best chance of being paid promptly. Make sure the information is displayed clearly, so your customer can easily read and understand it.
Your company name and address.
Your contact details.
Unique invoice number.
Invoice issue date.
Invoice due date.
Name and address of the company or person you are invoicing.
Description of what the invoice is for.
Supply date — when the goods or services were completed/delivered.
Amount being charged.
Total amount owed.
Your payment details.
Your payment terms.
If you charge interest (late fees) on overdue invoices, be sure to include this information on your invoice.
How to get your invoices paid on time
Unfortunately, sending your customers professional-looking invoices is only half the battle. To make sure you're paid on time, you’ll need to follow up with payment reminders.
Keeping on top of invoice reminders can quickly become a full-time job. So, if you’d prefer not to spend hours of your day sending manual payment reminders, you can automate the process with Satago.
Satago connects to your accounting software and chases invoices so you don’t have to. The platform integrates seamlessly with your email provider and sends automated payment reminders, monthly statements and thank you emails to your customers. Making sure you’re paid on time, without the hassle.
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