Hi all,
I have just stared up a consultancy firm and one of my candidate is joining the firm. But i need to raise the invoice again him.
Pls can some boby help me how the invoice format will be??
and do i need to add service tax along with it???
waiting for a fast reply...
regs,rashmi

From India, Bangalore
Hi,
Don't give any invoices with service tax. First need to register the firm if you are issuing Innvoices.
Better speak to one Chartered Accountant who can guide you.
Till that time, you can give a receipt for the money towards advance received.
Murali.

From India, Hyderabad
Hi, You need to have service tax number if you want to charge (service tax) on the invoice which is 12.36% these days, but if you are not having the service tax number you can issue a invoice without service tax, simple mention the client name & the principle amount...... Thats it...
Best of luck...
VKE

From India, Delhi
Dear, Where from we will get this service tax no. and could you attach some invoice format of any manpower consultant for reference Regards, KK

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From India, New Delhi
Hi Rashmi,
I have attached the Invoice format. It is fullyautomated. you just have to fill the datas in the first sheet, the invoice will be generated in the next sheet. U can take the print out of it. For futur reference convert that excel into pdf.
Any doughts feel free to contact me
Regards
Praven

From India, Madras

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Hi,
I have 2 questions regarding raising Invoice:
1) When do we have to raise invoice to the client for one closure of permanent staffing?
2) When do we have to raise invoice to the client for one candidate who has joined in our payrolls and working at client location?
Please suggest me with the answers.
Many Thanks.

From India, Hyderabad

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