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An invoice is a document that details a transaction between a buyer and a seller. An invoice can be sent before or after the goods or services are provided. Typically, an invoice outlines the goods or services to be paid for, the price, and the payment terms (when the payment must be made).
Yes. In Australia there are two types of invoices in relation to tax. Which one you send depends on whether or not you are registered for GST.
If your business has an annual turnover of $75,000 AUD or more, you must register for GST. If your annual turnover is less than $75,000, you can choose to register for GST or not. If you choose not to register for GST, you will not be able to claim GST credits on your purchases.
Generally speaking, all invoices must include the following information to be valid:
For invoices totaling more than $1,000 including GST, the invoice must also clearly display the buyer's Identity or ABN.
It's also strongly recommended you include:
The above template and invoices issued from Rounded meets all requirements for invoicing in Australia.
Copy and pasting info between invoices and manually updatating data is the number one cause of issuing incorrect
invoices. The invoice number or any other sequential data that needs to be incremented on each invoice is
particularly error prone.
Rounded automatically generates a unique invoice number for each invoice and stores all your client data. This eliminates all errors associated with manually updating invoice data.
It's often overlooked, but the final invoice you send to your client is a reflection of your business and should be
considered part of your overall client experience.
Rounded invoices look great, are easy to read and are fully customisable to match your brand.
An unsent invoice is an unpaid invoice. You should send yours out as soon as you finish a project or, if you work on
recurring projects or retainer, on a regular schedule.
Sending an invoice takes less than a minute with Rounded and can be even scheduled to send automatically at a scheduled intervals.
Dealing with overdue invoices is uncomfortable at best and potentially very stressful if you're depending on the
money. The longer you wait to follow up with your client the more difficult it becomes. So don't delay for the sake
of avoiding an awkward conversation.
Fortunately, Rounded can automatically send reminders to your clients when invoices become overdue.