Re: Invoice Question for those with business's ?
(permalink)☄ Helpfulby Blub2abs 2015/01/06 12:04:08
You should have a date, invoicee address, your address, invoice number, gross, net, and VAT figures. That's all you need.
When you do your books and records, write down the invoice number as well as the gross, net, and VAT of your sale so your accountant can find that invoice easily.
You should also reconcile your invoices and cash/bank received. If, in your bank, you get a £4000 receipt, for example, then you should write on your bank ledger that this is made up of invoice 1, 10, and 5, for instance.
Make sure the money you receive in your bank matches the amount you have invoiced during the accounting period. If not, find and explain the differences.
That'll ensure a tidy accounting bill.