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Design And Prepare Your Invoices Online

If you don't have an accounting software package installed on your PC, sending an invoice to someone usually involves slaving over Word or Excel to come up with something that looks vaguely acceptable.

If you'd rather make your life easy, check out Invoice Berry at www.invoiceberry.com.  Once you've signed up, you can create an invoice to any client quickly and easily, just by filling in the online form.  Sales tax is calculated automatically if required.

When you're done, you can download the finished invoice as a PDF file to print or email.

You can even customize your invoices by uploading your logo to the site.

If you only need to invoice 3 different clients, Invoice Berry is totally free.  You can delete clients that you no longer need to invoice, of course, but you'll lose the history and reporting functionality that accompanies them.

 

 

 

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by avoidz on 10. December 2012 - 2:19  (103474)

I just use a Word template. Easy.

by Roberteh on 7. December 2012 - 17:59  (103423)

Thanks West Swan re:Invoicedude & Geekomatic re:billableme....just what I was wanting

by West Swan on 6. December 2012 - 23:49  (103406)

Hi,

I've used quite a few of these free online invoicing programs in the past. The reason I didn't stick with one is because in time they all became 'paid' programs or were closed down with the option to 'upgrade' to a paid version.

The one I use at the moment is called Invoice Dude http://www.invoicedude.com/ which is free and allows unlimited clients and items from what I can tell.

I have found it easy to use and can even put a logo on the invoice for my business.

When you 'post' an invoice it is emailed directly to the customer and also available in a pdf for your own records as well.

Hope this helps if anyone has the need to invoice a lot of clients.

Regards,

Paul

by sholla on 6. December 2012 - 8:51  (103392)

Zoho has excellent invoice application, https://invoice.zoho.com/. The free version even allows you to have many clients and it is very very flexible. Their mobile site is equally nice for when on the move.

by MidnightCowboy on 6. December 2012 - 9:01  (103393)

According to what I read on their site, the free version of Zoho allows for just one project, one user and five clients which IMO is not "many". :) MC - Site Manager.

by sholla on 6. December 2012 - 9:23  (103395)

I've been using the free zoho invoice for some years now, and I have more than 5 customers in it, though on their site I just saw 5 (as you pointed out). All the same, 5 is more than the 3 available in invoiceberry as indicated in the original article.

by MidnightCowboy on 6. December 2012 - 10:16  (103397)

I agree that even three is enough for many folks, including me, but some would have followed that up thinking it was suitable for a normal business environment when it is not. MC - Site Manager.

by Geekomatic on 6. December 2012 - 4:30  (103387)

I think billable.me is easier for a quick invoice- and no registration required.

by MidnightCowboy on 6. December 2012 - 9:02  (103394)

Thanks for this Geekomatic. I agree about the speed and simplicity and have just used it. Nice to send in PDF too without worrying if the recipient can open it. MC Site Manager.:)