Our Handyman Invoice gives those that offer a broad range of services a means to charge for both their labor and the items they purchased to get the job done. Included in the invoice are sections for both the handyman and client’s contact information, labor and product tables, an area to specify when the invoice is due, and a note box for comments. If you are wondering whether you should use our Contractor Invoice or the Handyman Invoice, use the latter if you are not licensed and if you will not be charging a significant amount for the job (supplies included). In certain states such as California, contractors are required if the total amount of the project is over $500.
How to Write in PDF and Word
Step 2 – At the top of the document enter the name of your handyman company or enter your full name. Then enter your contact details directly to the right. If one of the fields doesn’t apply, leave it blank. However, it is very important to leave some form of contact info in the case the client needs to make contact with you after the job is done.
Step 3 – Next, in the ‘Bill To’ section, enter the client’s contact info, including their Invoice Number. Although creating an Invoice Number is optional, including one can drastically improve your end-of-year organization.
Step 4 – For the ‘Products’ table, enter any parts or items that you purchased in order to complete the job. If you are using the PDF version, you do not need to enter a value into the ‘Amount’ column, as the value will automatically calculate.
Step 5 – Very similar to the above, enter the services you completed for the client. Enter the number of hours worked for each job, your rate, and a brief description of each.
Step 6 – At the bottom of the document, enter the Sales Tax percentage in your state to have the TOTAL invoice amount. If using the Word version, you will need to multiply the Sales Tax by (1 + Subtotal).
Step 7 – To finish up the invoice, enter any comments or instructions you have for the customer. This can include instructions on how to pay, what payments you accept, or notes about the project. Finally, enter how many days the client has to pay the invoice. We recommend you give the client a minimum of 15 days to pay, although the number is completely up to you.
Congrats, you have now finished creating the Handyman Invoice – it’s time to get paid for all your hard work!