expenseRegister’s basic account lets you create an invoice to print and send to your clients. The premium features let you
send the invoice electronically and track all of your activity. Upgrade today for less than $5 a month over the course of a
year and enjoy simple and effective tools to keep your business running smoothly.
Your expenseRegister account will show you previously saved invoices and their status, as shown below.
Click the New (+) button to create a new invoice. The premium account allows you to save your client's information into your
address book. This way if your client hires you again for another birthday, you can save time by clicking on the
Address book (@) next to the client's name. Your screen should look like this:
Click on the your client to pick the right one and begin filling out the descriptions of work, products purchased and their
cost. If it's a new client, you will obviously need to input the information from scratch. With the premium features, you can
now save the invoice.
expenseRegister will store the information, and you can choose whether or not to send via email (Send it Now button)
and/or print it out for your records or your client's records. The premium features make it easy to keep everything straight
for all of your accounts.
Now you can click back into the list of invoices which will show the status without having to click into each one.
As in the example below, the first invoice has been Sent but not paid for, while the second has not.
Your clients will receive an email with the invoice as an attachment should you choose to send the invoice via email.
You will also receive a copy of the same message to your email.
Once your client has paid, you can click back into the invoice to mark it as complete. expenseRegister also allows you to
link your PayPal account to receive funds and this lets your client pay you conveniently online.
Once you mark the invoice as paid, you will be able to see it reflected in your list of invoices.
Invoicing your clients is really that simple with expenseRegister! Try it out.