An invoice lists goods or services provided alongside with a statement amount due. When a vendor deliver invoices to clients and customers, there are a number of items that are typically included on the invoice:
- Invoice number
- Detailed vendor information
- Detailed customer information
- Amount due and due date
- Payment terms, including due date
- Description of goods and services purchased, including quantity and price
A concise, detailed invoice containing all pertinent information can help both vendor and client transact more efficiently. This can improve vendor relations and optimize workflows for a company’s accounts receivable department.