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Do you need a receipt template for your business? We’ve collected our 7 free best receipt templates for you. Simply download the template of your choice and then fill out the fields to make it officially yours!
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These receipt templates let you send professional and business-appropriate sales receipts without any hassle. Simply download the template that best fits your needs and then add your company logo, slogan, business details, and client information. Fill out the fields and change the theme to make it your own.
How to use the receipt templates
1. Select your preferred template and hit the download button—once downloaded, you will be directed to Google Docs/Sheets.
2. By default, the template is in a “read-only” format. To create an editable version, click File > Make a copy.
3. Fill out the receipt and add essential information.
4.Download and save. You can send it directly to your clients as a link or download them as an Excel file.
What’s the difference between invoice and receipt?
You may have noticed that invoices and receipts look similar, but they are different from each other and should be used in different ways.
If you’re a freelancer or a business owner, you send your clients invoices to let them know about the total cost they must pay you. In your invoice, you must indicate the services you have provided or the products they purchased.
An invoice isn’t always necessary; more so if the client pays you in full amount upon purchasing the products or services.
On the other hand, receipts are statements that prove the client has paid for the products or services. Unlike invoices, clients are always subject to receipt issuance for tax filing and accounting purposes.
Both invoices and receipts almost always have the same information — your business information, client information, breakdown of goods and services, amount of each item, discounts, tax, and total cost.