free form invoices
Thread poster: Georgia Charitou

Georgia Charitou  Identity Verified
Belgium
English to Greek
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Nov 11, 2007

Hello everyone,

I have recently been asked to provide a free form invoice to a translation agency. As I am new to freelancing, I am not very confident about how I should do it.

Can anyone pass me a model invoice?

many thanks in advance


 

LoyalTrans
Local time: 03:02
English to Chinese
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Just curious Nov 15, 2007

What is a free form invoice? Meaning you don't need to buy the form?

 

Haiyang Ai  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 14:02
English to Chinese
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Well Nov 18, 2007

Not quite sure either. But can you just put the necessary information into a Word or Excel file?
Some professional invoicing program can also automate this job for you, e.g. PractiCount.



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[Edited at 2007-11-18 07:41]


 

Georgia Charitou  Identity Verified
Belgium
English to Greek
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TOPIC STARTER
done! Nov 18, 2007

Well, that is what I did after all!

On a simple Word document, I wrote date, No, my name and adress, the client's name and adress, then a table containing the services provided, language combination, wordcount, total sum, when I should be paid and finally I signed. I think it will do the job!

Thnks anyway


 


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