FreshBooks reveals common invoicing mistakes of the self-employed during the COVID-19 pandemic | The Startup Magazine


The COVID-19 pandemic has left many self-employed individuals struggling to keep on top of all areas of their business, from new health and safety procedures to completing basic admin tasks. With these additional burdens, it’s no surprise that occasional invoicing mistakes can start to creep into invoicing documents.

Twyla Verhelst, Head of FreshBooks Accountant Channel at leading online accounting software provider, FreshBooks, reveals the most common invoicing mistakes the self-employed have made since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Your Invoices Do Not Include Payment Due Dates

Without specific payment dates on invoices, many of those who are self-employed may unintentionally send out “open invoices”. If there’s not a definitive payment timeframe, invoices are at risk of being ignored or forgotten about. Add in the use of vague language or jargon and this can potentially lead to confusion over the specified payment date.

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