If you do some work on the side then you need to send out a bill so you get paid. There’s no shortage of accounting or invoicing systems that run on the Mac, but there are few that create professional looking invoices and only cost a few dollars.
That’s Invoicing, a Mac app that’s perfect for independent contractors or small companies who need to generate a quick invoice to get paid for work done.
You won’t find many bells and whistles in Invoicing. Setup a new client and generate invoices as needed for the work you do for that client. Client details show up in the invoice which can be printed or sent as a PDF document.
Each invoice generated has a place to add notes, handles tax amounts and totals, and each item billed is a line item with description, price, tax, discount, and totals. Invoicing keeps track of paid invoices, too.
Client contacts can be imported from Contacts in OS X, or added manually. There’s also an option to setup recurring or individual reminders. The claim to fame with Invoicing is easy setup, simple invoices quickly done.
What’s missing? Considering the low price tag, not much, but more in-depth instructions would be useful (the developer’s website is completely devoid of details on how Invoicing works; you’re kind of on your own; thankfully, it’s simple enough). Don’t expect this to work like QuickBooks. It’s an invoicing app and nothing more, but priced right.