Meaning of invoice?, Accounting Basics

Invoice is a text which haves the under mentioned details compulsorily.

1. Invoice Number

2. Name and address of the person

3. Invoice date

Name and address of someone to whom invoice is made. ( Buyer of goods and service)

4. Explanation of goods / services involved

 

 

 

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