Business owners have found themselves scrambling to find ways to adapt as quickly as possible to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. News is changing everyday, and it’s important to know what guidelines business owners must now follow, and what any changes may mean for you. Keep in mind the news is ever changing, and scientists are learning new things about this virus every day. We’re sharing some reputable resources to reference during this uncertain time.
Part of running a small business is making, sending, and receiving invoices. It’s like a paper trail of exchanged goods and/or services during a set period of time, almost like a receipt. The invoice lists the services completed or goods sold (or in the works), and how much is owed by the person who purchased from you, a.k.a. the buyer.
Your invoice should contain some basic components like the word INVOICE at the top; personal information,including your name/company name, address, email address, and phone number so the buyer can reach you; an invoice number to keep accurate records of invoices and when goods or services were exchanged; the date of the sold good or service; a description of