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Last edited 18 May 2018
Once it has been agreed, an invoice is a legally-binding document, detailing a debt owed by the purchaser to the vendor.
The information set out on an invoice will typically include:
- Date that the invoice was created.
- Names and addresses of customer and supplier.
- Description of items or services purchased.
- Prices and any added VAT.
- Terms of payment (i.e. how long the purchaser has to pay the invoice).
- Payment method (such as bank account details).
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