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Hi all
one of my client has asked me to send ebil of my consultancy charges.I will be very happy if some1 of u could kindly send me the format of it as I don't knw what d proper frmt would be
4th June 2013 From India, Kolkata
So you started a consultancy without knowing legal rules and regulations, great job. Ebill is nothing but scanned copy of bill / invoice or soft copy. Mention your firm tin no, stax no on the bill and it should be a tax invoice, if you have not registered with stax authorities do immediately register.
5th June 2013 From India, Madras
Hi kraviravi
I know all the process of how to creat the bil but don't know wht would be the good format,that's what i've asked..I would have been very happy if u wd hv just posted the attachment rather thn ur persnl assmptn...
5th June 2013 From India, Kolkata
This is a professional forum, and it is preferable not to use sms language in postings.
We have many members who like to improve their English language skills, and here at CiteHR we can use our postings as a way to help our colleagues.
6th June 2013 From Australia, Melbourne
Hi Rohan,
Since this a profesisional forum you will have negative and positive comments on the post and you and as well everybody should be prepared for it.
You should also keep your language straight and simple when asking for guidance or help.
You may try which is a microsoft portal which has got may ebill format. You may choose as per your requirement and even modify it.
12th June 2013 From India, Mumbai
Hi Mr Bastawalla
every person has a different way to deal with something.May be your way is different than mine but I love the way I deal with this things.
And coming back to your help"" is not working.Thanks for the reply anyway.
12th June 2013 From India, Kolkata
Microsoft must have updated their site details. Here is the link Microsoft Office - Microsoft Word, Outlook & Excel - and you may go to template section and you will get a lot of template available.
12th June 2013 From India, Mumbai
Don’t be confused just scan the hard copy of your bill/invoice and send it to the client.
13th June 2013 From India, Lucknow
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