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Computer Repair Invoice – What to Include for Your Clients (Slides)

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http://HowToStartAnITBusiness.com SUMMARY SLIDES: A computer repair invoice is another touch point with your customers; use these tips to make sure take full advantage of the opportunity. Copyright …

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  • 1. SPHomeRun.com Computer Repair Invoice – What to Include for Your Clients Courtesy of the Small Business Computer Consulting Blog http://blog.sphomerun.com Creative Commons Image Source: Flickr elisasizzle
  • 2. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com You Might be Wondering What You Should Include
  • 3. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com on Your First Computer Repair Invoice
  • 4. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com There are Two Schools of Thought on this One:
  • 5. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com 1. There’s the Camp that Thinks that Putting as Little Information
  • 6. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com on the Invoice as Possible is a Good Move
  • 7. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com 2. There’s the Camp that Thinks You Should Provide the Client
  • 8. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com With as Much Information as Possible on Your Invoices
  • 9. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com You Want to Include Enough Information So that Your Client
  • 10. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Knows Exactly What He or She is Being Asked to Pay for,
  • 11. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com But Not so Much Information as to Overwhelm Them
  • 12. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com The BasicInformation Needed On Any Invoice
  • 13. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com There are Some Standard Things that You Need to Include on Every Single Invoice
  • 14. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com And This is Not Restricted to Raising a Computer Repair Invoice:
  • 15. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • Your Business Name, Address, Phone Number, & E-mail Address
  • 16. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • Your Company Registration & Tax Numbers, if Applicable
  • 17. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • The Client’s Name and Address
  • 18. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • The Unique Invoice Number that You’ve Assigned to this Piece of Work
  • 19. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Start Assigning These in Numerical Order as You Complete Each Job
  • 20. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • The Date that You’re Raising the Invoice
  • 21. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • The Description of the Work Carried Out
  • 22. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • The Terms for Payment— Methods Accepted and Due Date
  • 23. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Extending Your Relationship and Building Trust
  • 24. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Repeat Business & Word-of-Mouth Referrals
  • 25. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Are What Will Make Your Business Sustainable
  • 26. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Your Computer Repair Invoice is Your Next Point of Contact
  • 27. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Once You’ve Completed a Piece of Work for a Client
  • 28. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Take This Opportunity to be Helpful, Informative, and Polite
  • 29. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com You Could Include:
  • 30. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • A Summary of the Repairs Carried Out
  • 31. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • Clearly Indicate What the Result of Your Service Was
  • 32. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com • Some Handy Instructions
  • 33. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Tailor the Above Information to Fit with Your Brand Identity
  • 34. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Do You Use Each Point of Contact With Your Client
  • 35. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com to Increase Your Reputation and Trust with Them?
  • 36. Sponsored by HowToStartAnITBusiness.comSPHomeRun.com Let Us Know How You Achieve This in the Comments Section Below
  • 37. SPHomeRun.com Recommended Reading: How to Start a Computer Consulting Business 6 Proven Ways to Build Your Initial Client Base Download this Free Special Report Now atHowToStartAnITBusiness.comCopyright © SP Home Run Inc. All worldwide rights reserved.SP Home Run is a registered trademark of SP Home Run Inc.Creative Commons Image Source: Flickr elisasizzle

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