Invoice for I.T. services

I wanted to ask if someone can please send me a link on which I can retrieve an invoice document so I can fill out for my clients.

This is regarding I.T. Services.
vulture71Asked:
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RaqueroCommented:
TechRepublic is a great source for such things...

http://www.techrepublic.com/search?q=invoice+template&e=1
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Assuming you have to account for your business activities (I do have to), then accounting tools such as QuickBooks and Simply Accounting have built-in invoice templates. I use QuickBooks and cobbled together a services invoice from a supplied template. Works well.

Of course, the real benefit of using the invoice of an accounting package is that the accounts and the receivables entry are made automatically when you create the invoice.

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ZShaverCommented:
Simply accounting is my vote. A good total business solution for small business
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RaqueroCommented:
Agreed that proper accounting (I use QB) is the best choice, but the OP asked for an invoice template.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
QuickBooks has invoice templates, and my recall is that Simply Accounting does a well.

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RaqueroCommented:
yes I am aware of that...hence the "I use QB" (QB=quickbooks) but implementing a full blown accounting application is not to be taken trivially

vulture71: are you starting a new consulting business, doing work on the side, already in business?
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OOsorioCommented:
MS Word also has several Invoice Templates.
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