Modern Invoice Templates
This Invoice template will help you in your business to save time, organize your product data and customers info and easily generate the invoice by inserting the costumers ID and Item. It is designed for personal and corporate use. The invoice template was designed by Template Catalog and is sold on only at our website.
Invoice Template Features
Easy to edit.
Optimized for printing / 300 Dpi.
CMYK color mode.
8.27×11.69 / 8.5×11 inch dimension. A4 / US letter sizes
Help Guide Included.
4 different colors; blue, orange, red and green
PSD, Ai, EPS, DOC, DOCX (All formats are included)
Minimum Adobe CS Version: CS3
Fonts used, and available link:
Nexa – http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/nexa
Raleway – http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/raleway
An invoice specifies what a buyer must pay the seller according to the seller’s payment terms. Payment terms indicate the maximum amount of time that a buyer has to pay for the goods and/or services that they have purchased from the seller.
An invoice indicates that a buyer owes money to a seller. Therefore, from a seller’s point of view, an invoice for the sale of goods and/or service is called a sales invoice. From a buyer’s point of view, an invoice for the cost of goods and/or services rendered is called a purchase invoice.
An invoice has historically been a paper document mailed to the buyer, but these days sellers can request payments online with electronic invoices.
What is included on an invoice?
Typically, an invoice document will contain a combination of the following details:
The word ‘Invoice’
A unique invoice number for both the seller’s and the buyer’s reference
The name and contact details of the buyer
The name and contact details of the seller
The date the product was sent/delivered, or the date the service was rendered
The date the invoice was sent
The payment terms (detailing the method of payment, when the payment should be received, details about late payment charges, early payment discounts, etc.)
A description of the product/service
The price per unit of the products (if applicable)
The total amount charged