By Sigrun WinklerOn Feb 04, 2019 Invoice Templates
The biggest advantage of invoice templates is that their real timesavers. All you have to do is insert the invoicing essentials and send-off the invoice. This is particularly useful if you’re swamped or new to invoicing since templates come equipped with the most important information already has a place on the document, such as contact information and being able to list the services or products that you’re charging the client. As you’ll notice if you do a simple Google search, there are thousands of templates you can chose from online. So you shouldn’t have a problem finding a template that you’re a fan of.
Once the due-date has passed, it’s time to follow up with your clients before you begin implementing late charges. After all, it’s possible that your invoice has slipped their mind, or it’s been lost in the mail. For a start, you can send out reminders like a personalized email, a text, or a phone call. Sending these reminders lets you remind your client about the money they owe you, and that you are serious about getting your invoice paid. If you’re sending your invoices through email, start using software that updates you once the recipient opens the message.
Firstly, if you’re addressing your invoice to your contact on the customer side but you’re constantly experiencing late payments, you might want to check with them about who’s in charge of paying you within your customer’s company. There’s a likelihood that your contact diligently forwards your invoice to the finance team, but it could be lying lost and forgotten in the latter’s inbox. Secondly, if you’re sending your invoice to more than one person, you’re also running the risk of everyone leaving it on the backburner, as everyone assumes that someone else will be taking care of it.
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