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This Tax Invoice is for use by a business (whether a sole trader, company, or something else), when charging a client or customer for goods or services.
Within the document, the Sender of the invoice can provide a reference number for the invoice, as well as a general explanation of what the invoice relates to.
If multiple items have been sold, then the invoice can also include an itemised list, setting out the details of each separate item. In relation to each item, the invoice can include a description of the item, the quantity of the item (ie the number of units which have been sold), the unit price for the item (ie the cost for one unit of the item).
The invoice can then calculate the total cost for each item, and the total cost for the invoice (taking into account all items, as well as Goods and Services Tax, if applicable).
The Sender of the invoice has the option to include a personal thank you message, and can also include any relevant payment instructions, such as bank account details.
How to use this document
This document may be used to charge clients or customers for goods or services which have been provided.
Add all of the relevant information about the business that is sending the invoice, and the customer to which the invoice is being sent.
Add an invoice number, and details about the relevant item(s) which are being sold (ie the items which are the subject of the invoice).
Most businesses choose to send this invoice together with a copy of our Cover Letter for Invoice. The Cover Letter for Invoice presents a professional and polite message to customers, as well as the option to include further explanation about the purpose of the invoice. Most businesses find that this increases the likelihood that customers will return to the business in future.
Once the invoice (and if applicable, the Cover Letter for Invoice) have been prepared, they may be sent to the client or customer. If they are being sent in hard copy, they may be printed, the letter may be signed and attached to the front of the invoice. If the invoice is being sent by email, the letter may be attached to the email along with the invoice.
In relation to preparing tax invoices, there are some important considerations. The Australian Taxation Office provides guidance.
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Other names for the document: Invoice, Customer Tax Invoice, Tax Invoice for Customer, Business Tax Invoice, Business Tax Invoice for Customer