5 Ways YourTradeBase Makes Electricians’ Invoicing Easy

26 July 2013

Want to make your invoicing simple?

Then YourTradebase is for you!

Electricians’ invoicing is hard at the best of times; dragging out receipts crumpled at the bottom of pockets, remembering what needs to be included, and that’s not mentioning the maths involved. Invoices seem never ending when you start them, and you’re constantly fighting with different things such as daily life, and other more important jobs taking away time from you.

So how does YourTradebase help with creating an electricians invoice?

  1. Invoices are templates – there’s no messing around trying to align the information properly on the page, all you have to do in drop the information in, and you’re done!
  2. Names and addresses are automatically populated – you select the customer you’ve done the work for, and all their details: contact information, address and name, are all put on to the invoice for you. The same goes for your own business details, so you don’t have to keep typing the same information out, so you save time!
  3. The details are taken care of – all our invoices automatically add VAT to items for you, and come with a basic terms of agreement that are ready to use, leaving you to just add the important information in.
  4. You can create an invoice anywhere – YourTradebase can be used on any computer, tablet or smartphone at any time. So you don’t have to be tied down to a desk to create invoices.
  5. Totals are totted up for you – no maths required, as soon as you add an item, the total at the bottom goes up. Simple!

Want to try our YourTradebase to create your electricians’ invoices? You can try us out for a 30 day free trial, we don’t take credit cards and there aren’t any catches, just an easy way to manage your paperwork and jobs.

By Adam Austin

Co-founder of YourTradebase. One quick, easy app that frees you from paperwork and lets you get back to the job you love. yourtradebase.com

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