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Invoice 101

This guide by Zoho reviews sending an invoice the right way.  This final touch in closing the deal is more important than most think and doing it right is crucial.

The invoice is the last document that you send your customers to complete a transaction. The final business document has a lasting impression on your clients. The problem with most people is they look at it as just a tool to get paid. But, it can do a lot more than that; it reinforces your professionalism, strengthens your brand’s identity, and, when done the right way, could help you get more business.

Do it right, and you’ll retain your customers.

This guide on Zoho Invoice is broken into the following categories:

  • Invoicing Mistakes
  • The Ingredients of a Good Invoice
  • Pro Tips for a Great Invoice
  • The Advantages of Online Invoicing

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