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An invoice is a document given to the buyer by the seller to collect payment. It includes the cost of the products purchased or services rendered to the buyer. Invoices can also serve as legal records, if they contain the names of the seller and client, description and price of goods or services, and the terms of payment. Invoices are essential for freelance writers and other passion economy workers. Luckily, creating an invoice is fast and easy with tools like Canva. This guide will cover how to make an invoice in Canva!
How to Make an Invoice in Canva
1. Search for “Invoice” in the Canva Search Bar
Login to your account and search ‘invoice’ in the search bar.
Tip– you can be very specific while searching. For example, if you need a business invoice search ‘business invoice’ etc.
2. Select Your Canva Invoice Template
Select the desired template for your invoice from the template library of Canva.
Tip– You can even design one for yourself instead of using a template.
3. Add Required Information to Invoice
Once you find the right template it’s time to replace the information present in it with yours.
Some of the basic information that should be included, are:
A clear invoice heading
Logo of your company (optional)
Due date – to make sure the client does the payment on time
Billing address of the client
Issue date of the product
Product description – so that the client is clear on what are they paying for
Final price inclusive of tax
Make sure you add all the necessary details to your invoice to avoid any hassle. Once you’re done editing. Download and send it to your client. Simple to make, easy to work with!
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