Guest post by Kristie Wright.
In any business-to-business (B2B) relationship, an invoice is one of the most important documents for both parties. Without a proper invoice, a client may not be able to pay the correct amount, or pay on time, or even pay at all. When a payment isn’t made or it’s late, your business will suffer the financial repercussions.
If you’re not including the correct details on your invoice or there’s an issue with its format, layout, or style, you may find that your customers quickly lose patience. In time, they’ll seek out other businesses that have proper financial processes and supply invoices that don’t require them to jump through hoops to settle.
Here’s a complete guide to business invoice design, to ensure that your invoices retain clients rather than repel them.