Many of us have small and independent businesses. Often we struggle to set up an invoice for a client. Because we are not part of a large corporation, often you are your own administrative assistant, bookkeeper and financial advisor. Microsoft Office does have that capacity to create an invoice. But it is limited and there are more steps to go through that take up your precious time. Invoice Home is the solution that no independent business owner should go without.
Make Invoice Home your home for invoicing
The ideal place for independent businesses to go to for sending out invoices out to clients is Invoice Home. A small business person will love how easy it is to use.
Many template styles
Tons of templates
How does Invoice Home work?
Better then any software
After a service or product is sold to a client, then you will want to send a bill to that person. Your time is valuable and the last thing that you want to do is to figure out how to buy new software or set up the software to create the billing page to be sent out. For many of us this is not hard to do. But for others they would rather not go through the extra work.
Often with creating your own invoice, it is limited on style. These days' style and adding your own personalize touch is everything. Invoice Home has many templates to choose from and logo symbols to suit your business. Even better is that once you choose the template to use and color style, you can upload your own company logo to that template for the custom look. Your personalize template can be saved there and reused for future billings.
But that is not where Invoice Home ends.
Easy way to get paid
credit card, PayPal or Authorize.net
Unique smart invoice service
Unlike any website that offers billing templates or personal software, Invoice Home is a service. It is there to serve your needs as a small business owner. It works partly as an administrative assistant and bookkeeper. This takes some of the pressure of making sure payment has been made.
So what does this smart invoice service do that is unique from the rest?
Since we are in the electronic age of technology, if offers many different payment services for your client to pay from. The client can pay with a credit card, PayPal or Authorize.net. This will be sent out through email right from the site. There are other options available and you can even print it out for your paper records and mail it out if you wish to do so.
Invoice Home will send you a weekly or monthly report, depending on how you have it set up. Where you can see the sum owed to you by the clients.
Free program software service
Best help for your small business
Yes, you read that right. Invoice Home is a free service for sending out invoices that total up to $1000 a month. They do offer an unlimited invoice billing amount per month of only $5. If you business generates more then the $1000 each month then utilizing this service for a small amount is the best choice for you.
Once you discover how amazing this site is be sure to add the APP from the Google Chrome store. Invoice Home APP
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