Invoices are created in on a daily basis, and that's great for your business: however, it's easy to soon start feeling overwhelmed and discouraged by the complexity of all that paper handling and invoice tracking while hard pressed for time. It's hard to keep track of all of the invoices and their processing status: can you tell at a glance if all have even been received? That's very unlikely.
There are certain pieces of information that have to be on your invoices if you are charging GST, HST and/or PST. Your invoice must include: â€¢ your business name â€¢ the date of the invoice â€¢ your Business Number (also known as the GST Registration Number) â€¢ the purchaser's name â€¢ a brief description of the goods or services performed â€¢ the total amount paid or payable â€¢ the terms of payment â€¢ an indication of items subject to GST at 5% or HST at the appropriate provincial rate, or that the items are exempt, and either the total amount of GST/HST charged, or a statement that the GST/HST is included and the total rate of tax â€¢ if applicable, an indication of items subject to PST (also known as RST) at the provincial rate, or that the items are exempt, and either the total amount of PST charged, or a statement that the PST is included and the total rate of tax.
Using web_based invoicing cuts your business expenses. Paper and postage expenses are eliminated. You will also save money because you don't have to hire a bookkeeper to do the invoicing for you anymore. When using the online invoicing software, you don't have to possess an in_depth knowledge of accounting or bookkeeping either, and using the software itself is easy to learn. The online software does all the hard work for you, and _ since everything is automated _ the accuracy is assured. You can sleep better at night knowing that the compliance of your business invoicing process to all the relevant regulations is guaranteed. All records are always up_to_date since all transactions are automatically recorded.