invoicing system, how?
Thread poster: xxxlexcetera
English to Spanish
Hello everyone, I'm a SpanishEnglish Legal Interpreter, relatively new to the profession.
I'd like to know what is the best way to create, and keep track of, invoices that I need to send out to clients? What does everyone use, Excel? I'm not a very good user of this program and am at a loss when it comes to billing my clients. What I've been doing so far is simply creating a word processing document for each job, and numbering the invoice # manually; I realize this is not the most efficient way to do it.
Thanks for your help.
| | xxxNathalieVVT
Local time: 17:23
French to English
| EXCEL ALWAYS WORKS FOR ME || Feb 11, 2005 |
I have set up a system that keeps a record of invoices; investments (for inland revenue); ROI and other useful information. All the worksheets are linked and I can send you a template if you are interested.
| | xxxElena Sgarbo
Italian to English
| Another suggestion || Feb 11, 2005 |
Welcome to ProZ!.
One way to learn what other translators are using for invoicing is to run a search in our Forums. In the column to your left, click on "Forums Search" and search "invoice" or "invoicing", and perhaps add "Excel".
You can search just in this Forum ("Getting established"), or in all Forums under "Business of Translation and Interpreting".
There are also several suggestions about "facturar" in the Spanish Forum.
[Edited at 2005-02-11 17:30]
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