Yes, absolutely! You can of course create invoices manually, but it may be quite time consuming. With cloud accounting software, you can create professional invoices with just a few clicks of the mouse. Data such as the customer's receipt or consecutive invoice numbers need only to be entered in once and then the 1&1 accounting system fills the rest out automatically for you. The bookkeeping system therefore saves you from spending too much time on tedious tasks. Accounting does not always have to take such a long time; opt for online accounting in order to focus your attention on your core business, where it's really needed.
The correct legal information is crucial, and we recommend that you consult with a tax advisor to make sure that all your invoices are legally compliant before issuing. However, the visual representation of your company also matters. The design of your invoices is an important aspect. With the 1&1 bookkeeping system, you can design your invoices yourself: layout, logo, and letter paper – everything can be individually customized. By choosing the 1&1 accounting software powered by sevDesk, you will benefit from an integrated postal interface, whereby you can send out your invoice via post with just one click. Gone are the days of buying envelopes and stamps and waiting in line at the post office to send off your invoice. For those who would rather send out an invoice via email, this is not a problem. A message will automatically be sent to your email address
with a PDF of the invoice attached to it. All you need to do then is click "Send".
If there are any open invoices, you can view these at a glance in the bookkeeping software thanks to the integrated bank interface. Through automatic invoice verification, the online accountant will show which invoices are paid and which are still open.
Businesses do not always run smoothly – as a self-employed person you need a good basic knowledge of the dunning process. With the business accounting software powered by sevDesk, you can simply generate and send out payment reminders (be sure to check with a professional tax consultant to make sure that they fulfil the requirements to be legally binding); this way, you'll give your customers a friendly reminder about their outstanding invoices, but with less effort and time.