Originally Posted by antoinolachtnai
Sorry, now I understand. I assume it's not massive amounts of money (1000 euros or less) then, you are always present yourself and not dealing with corporates. I wouldn't put the details on there, because I'd be pushing people to pay on the spot! Having the details on there might give some customers the wrong idea.
Do you send statements? You could put it on there.
What do you mean by statements? what would be the difference between a statement and an invoice? do you mean a monthly account statement? Wouldn't have need for such a system in my business the way AIB/o2 and them send out statements as its not an ongoing thing, just once off jobs.
i generally always get paid on the spot and its very rare I'm waiting on money, but with the bank details there, it means they can put the money direct into my account which would save time, hassle and money (stamps/envelopes etc) and i would get paid sooner too and not have to go and lodge cheques as often
Originally Posted by Clytus
TBH...I think your probably aswell to leave out the bank details.
Just send out your invoices with your 30 days or whatever.
Even though EFTs are very handy they usually are only used by larger companys.
By the way...Ireland has an average of 16 days late payments.
What are EFTs? i have on my invoices to please pay within 15 days from invoice date, suppose thats ok.
Originally Posted by Scotty #
Yea there is no problem putting those details on invoices and I find more and more customers are willing to use this method for payment.
I'm looking into PayPals 'Email Invoices' at the mo which also seems a very convenient way to do things, for both parties.
How does the email invoice work? do paypal charge for the service?