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Hi was thinking of making more clarity on work done on invoices, but with a large customer base the admins level would rocket any help please.This is mainly on contract work i.e. So many visits in the year. Say 40 visits or 22 visits invoiced monthly should I be detailing work carried out rather than just date of visit. Thanks for any views on this.

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  • Hi with all of my maintenence invoice work i simply write maintenence visit to site and have the dates then the cost and just send the like that Im yet to have a complaint about the wording as i think that basically covers what needs saying
    Cheers Adam
  • With contract invoices, we simply put

    RE: GARDEN MAINTENANCE

    To maintaining garden for the month of February

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    Grounds maintenance, amount, date, name and address. The invoice system sends monthly invoices automatically so no admin required. Keep it simple as you don't get paid to sit at the computer creating and sending individual invoices every month.
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