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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by BrunswickMowing, Jun 27, 2005.
Anyone using a free program to generate their invoices?
I need this too.
Well, practically free...... Invoices & Estimates by Pro Venture. Available at Staples, Office Depot, etc. I think I paid like $30 or so. I think I've seen it on sale for even less.
For the money, you can't beat it.
Thanks gogetter. I'll check and see. hopefully I'll be able to find it, which would simplify my life greatly.
If you plan on being in business for a while then just buck up and get quickbooks pro. You can customize invoices, track revenues & receivables, customize bids, do payroll and a whole lot more.
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We have a bunch of free invoice templates here you are welcome to use.
Team Gopher, those invoices look great! Are they only able to be modified as a .pdf? I would like something that I can work with in MS Word. Is this possiable?
Go to Microsoft Office website and go to templates.
There's some free templates that offer different formats.
Just what I was looking for! Too bad they dont have any green industry backgrounds like Team Gopher's.
go to www.medlin.com
free program you can downlaod
does evertything Acct rec, accts apy, payroll, general ledger, labels
the only draw back is that it does print across the top " unregistered version"
but on the payroll and acct payable who really cares, I hand write the checks to the employees anyway, the program just tells me how much, the accts payable is just expenses I paid for already
You can buy the rights to the accts rec. cost like $36
that All I use