Whether you’re a freelancer or small business owner, invoicing is a crucial component of your business if you want to maintain a positive cash flow. The problem is that invoicing isn’t always so straightforward. In some circumstances it is straightforward and makes sense, such as sending a customer 10 shirts for $15 a shirt and then billing them for $150.
But what about the not-so-clear invoices where you have to describe the work involved for the client. This scenario can become problematic since it can lead to misunderstandings, questions and confusion, which can ultimately delay the payment.
I’ve been in the invoicing game a while. Our company has sent over 1 million invoices to date. We know what it takes to get paid. To avoid the most common delays, here are seven ways that you can bill your customers without getting overly technical.
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