Invoicing templates

Example invoice templates to download for a limited company, a VAT-registered business and a sole trader.


Invoice best practice features

The layout of an invoice often varies depending on the business issuing it.

Limited company invoice

Below is an invoice template for a limited company. You can download an editable version here. Simply download, fill the invoice out in your browser and export as a PDF to send on.

Invoice template for a limited company

Sole trader invoice

The requirements for sole traders’ invoices are more straightforward, though they have many of the elements of a limited company invoice.

Below is an invoice template for a sole trader. You can download an editable version here. Simply download, fill the invoice out in your browser and export as a PDF to send on.

Invoice template for a sole trader

VAT invoice

Only VAT-registered businesses can issue VAT invoices, and this type of invoice must be used if you and your customer are registered for VAT with HMRC. Usually, VAT invoices should be raised within 30 days of the date of supply or the date of payment if the vendor was paid in advance. VAT invoices include more information than a standard invoice.

Below is an invoice template for a VAT trader. You can download an editable version here. Simply download, fill the invoice out in your browser and export as a PDF to send on.

Invoice template for a VAT-registered business

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