Invoice?

Business By mariak Updated 11 May 2006 , 5:24am by KimAZ

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mariak Posted 10 May 2006 , 5:23pm
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I have just started charging for my cakes and so far, the first few have been for family. I am doing a cake for my church and would like to give them an invoice or reciept of some kind. Do you itemize your ingredients/ number of hours of labor or do you just put a price for ingredients and labor? I am only going to be charging the church for the ingredients not my labor but I want to make that clear since I am hoping to get more orders from this cake and don't want people to think I am really, really cheap.

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marmar Posted 10 May 2006 , 9:23pm
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I don't think I'd itemize the specific ingredients - that's like giving out your recipe (should be a trade secret!).

Could you just put a description of cake, total price and then write LABOUR- NO CHARGE at the bottom? I don't know about the labour part - maybe you could put LABOUR - 3 [email protected]$15.00 per hour = NO CHARGE. That way they could see how long it took?

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CrystalsCakes5 Posted 11 May 2006 , 12:09am
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I would also like to know about invoicing.
Does anyone know where to print a good invoice that is more designed for cake decorators.
Or does anyone on here have an invoice that they use and would be so kind to upload here.
Thank you.

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KimAZ Posted 11 May 2006 , 5:24am
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Try this.
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/TC010184681033.aspx

They have several invoice templates that you can change to work for whatever you need.

KimAZ

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