An invoice might be one of the most common documents you work with when you own your own business. You may send invoices, receive them, or a bit of both. But do you know the important components? What should you include on yours, or what should you look for before paying one? Let’s take a peek at the anatomy of an invoice. When you receive an invoice, here are some key components you’ll want to review:
It’s the beginning of the month and the perfect time to organize last month’s receipts. It’s a good idea to spend a few hours each month keeping your finances organized, saving you the headache of scrambling for tax time.
Your business is growing (wahoo!), and you decide that it’s time to hire an employee. Easy peas, right? The reality is, probably not. Being an employer can be super satisfying and take a huge load off a small business owner’s plate, but it can also be extremely complicated – aside from the HR challenges, the complexities of payroll can be daunting.