English translation: final invoice / VAT invoice (or perhaps retail/wholesale)
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14:36 Jul 3, 2007
Russian to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / provision of service
Russian term or phrase:справка-счет / счет-фактура
The context is a contract on service provision, and the exact sentence is
"В срок и в порядке, установленном законодательством РФ, Заказчику предоставляется счет-фактура, отражающая стоимость оказанных услуг (физическим лицам -справка-счет об оказанных услугах).".
I understand "справка-счет " as "receipt" and "счет-фактура" as "invoice", but I don't understand why natural people get a справка-счет and companies get a счет-фактура. Can anyone help out?
The agency didn't get back to me, unfortunately, so I don't know what they decided in the end. But this seems the most likely meaning to me in this context. THANK YOU for your help! 2 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Just to let you know: I used "ordinary invoice" and "VAT invoice" in the end. The agency has promised to send me the final version when it has been proofread, so I'll hopefully be able to get back to you soon.
Actually they're all invoices..
In Italy we can get also a receipt ("Ricevuta" in R.A.).. and it's meant for those people who don't have a VAT CODE!
So, if you want, you can underline the difference between the receipt (a bill) and the invoice with VAT
Could it be that a company may buy something for resale, and that VAT taxes are computed later on the final value? On the other hand, a consumer invoice is already the final value. I don't know whether this has any relevance to services provided...
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AlexKatukhov Local time: 00:07 Native speaker of: English, Russian