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Old 31-10-2016, 04:51 PM   #1
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Hi, does anyone here use any apps/online places for invoicing?

I'm looking at 'invoice2go' but it seems limited to only a few customers/invoices per year unless you start paying out for a subscription... can anyone give any 'real world' recommendations?

To give a bit of context, I'm wanting to process quotes and invoices for freelance graphic design... ideally with the option to pay online too...
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I've used Paypal invoices quite a few times. Free of charge to use, not free of charge to get the money but if you've already got the account set up as a business account it makes sense I feel as you can easily keep a track of payments in, invoices out etc.
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Hi, does anyone here use any apps/online places for invoicing?

I'm looking at 'invoice2go' but it seems limited to only a few customers/invoices per year unless you start paying out for a subscription... can anyone give any 'real world' recommendations?

To give a bit of context, I'm wanting to process quotes and invoices for freelance graphic design... ideally with the option to pay online too...
how funny I have just posted up about invoice to go on another question asked on here..

I was like you... really

Bite the bullet and buy it.. it's been brilliant for me and I hate paper work!! I tried to use other free things for years but really.. you got to pay for some thing to get the best for you.. and I really rate that Invoice2go thing ... you can take card payments too.. Ive not done it yet but looking to use it as paypal card terminal is $$
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take a look at Quickfile. As quotes need to be turned into bills and those need to be tracked and, then you want to know what you are spending - So really what you need is a system to do your books. easily, quickly and cheaply. Customers can pay on line with the stripe or paypal integration - or even set up a direct debit with go-0cardless.
I have used this system for about 6 years and seen it grow. Support is superb, its free for a low number of transactions then about 40/year. No affiliation !
www.quickfile.co.uk
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I've used paypal before and something online called freeinvoicegenerator.com
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how did you get on with this?? did you go for it?
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