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Interview with Helen of Just A Little Note | Hand-finished greeting cards

Written by Kate Kate , 23 August 2017

Helen Morgan designs and creates hand-finished greetings cards based on her watercolour and ink illustrations. In this interview, she shares her experience of running her business: Just A Little Note.

Debitoor user Helen Morgan tells us about her experience of running a small business

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Interview with Lucie of Lucie Arnoux Illustrations | Illustrator, painter and comic-book author

Written by Kate Kate , 21 August 2017

We speak to Lucie Arnoux, a London-based artist who combines French narrative techniques with British illustration to create unique work in a range of mediums. In this interview, Lucie tells us about her experience of being a freelance artist and illustrator.

Debitoor user Lucie is a French-born artist living and working in London

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Quotes in invoicing - why they're important

Written by WhitneyWhitney, 18 August 2017

When running a business, it’s not uncommon to receive an email, Facebook message, or voicemail asking about your product or services, usually from a potential customer. So you agree to send them a quotation. Simple enough.

However, this document is all too often underestimated. It can be the make-or-break for whether you receive the order or whether the customer decides to move on to a competitor. Invoicing software like Debitoor can help ensure you create professional quotes quickly and correctly.

Creating quotes is just as fast and simple as invoices with Debitoor invoicing software

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Do I need invoicing software for my business?

Written by WhitneyWhitney, 14 August 2017

At some point in the process of launching and running a business, an entrepreneur gets to the point where they ask themselves whether their current means of handling invoices is meeting the needs of their growing business.

In other words, whether they really need to look into invoicing software or Word and Excel invoice templates are enough.

In this article, we aim to answer those questions, and illustrate how you can save time and hassle by using the right accounting & invoicing software for your business.

Debitoor invoicing & accounting software gives you the tools to help run your business

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An invoice template with bank reconciliation

Written by WhitneyWhitney, 9 August 2017

An invoice created in an invoicing & accounting program offers options that take you beyond simple traditional invoicing in the sense of providing legal, professional-looking invoices to your customers.

Of these options, one that can take your invoicing to the next level is an easy foray into the world of accounting, is the option to match your invoices and expenses with the payments in your bank account.

This is known as bank reconciliation. And at this point many entrepreneurs just getting started will start quietly backing away, thanks to the accounting-heavy terms.

Invoicing and accounting are both easy to handle with Debitoor

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Interview with James of Talty Sargent | Woodworking and custom furniture design

Written by Kate Kate , 8 August 2017

James Talty is one half of Talty Sargent a Brisbane-based woodworking duo who specialise in both commerical and domestic projects. We speak to James about his passion for woodwork and his experience of running a business.

James of Talty Sargent speaks to Debitoor about being self employed and running a business

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Invoicing software: An all-in-one solution

Written by Kate Kate , 3 August 2017

When you run a small business, there’s a lot to keep track of: income, expenses, bank statements, financial reports, just to name a few. To make your workflow more efficient, it’s helpful to have all this information in one place.

For this reason, it’s worth investing in invoicing software. More than just invoices, invoicing software is an all-in-one solution to managing your business’s finances.

Debitoor invoicing and accounting software give small businesses, entrepenuers and freelancers and the tools they need to keep track of their accounts and finaces

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Get started with invoicing software in 5 steps

Written by WhitneyWhitney, 1 August 2017

If you’ve just launched your business or if you’re just transitioning from Word or Excel invoice templates to online invoicing software, this article is a good resource for getting started with a new system and getting the most out of it.

Whether you’re just starting out or have been in business for a while, it’s worthwhile to use an accounting and invoicing program for managing those aspects of your business. This article gives you the practical steps of how to get started.

Accounting & invoicing software like Debitoor makes it easy to start now

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Invoice on the go: Invoicing software for your phone and tablet

Written by Kate Kate , 31 July 2017

Today, being self-employed keeps you on the move. Whether you're travelling to a job, attending a meeting, or visiting a supplier, you're never in one place for too long.

To keep up with the modern entrepreneur, invoicing software also needs to be mobile. At Debitoor, we've developed apps for iPhones, iPads and Android devices, helping you create invoices and track expenses anytime, anywhere.

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Classic: the latest in design

Written by WhitneyWhitney, 25 July 2017

Invoice design, that is. Classic means traditional but not outdated. It comes with a certain sense of simplicity and is understated but effective. Our latest invoice design meets all of these expectations by giving your invoices a professional and familiar but clean look.

Here at Debitoor invoicing software, we’re always listening to feedback from our users, and for some time, users were requesting a more traditional invoice template that clearly separated the issuer and the recipient like traditional paper invoices but still allowed for customisation.

Through the efforts of our talented colleagues, the Classic invoice design was born. Our designers took the ideas presented by you, the users, and built an invoice template that meets your invoicing needs but also incorporates the ease-of-use and professionalism of invoices created with Debitoor.

So without further ado, more on the Classic.

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