Freelance Model Invoice Template contains the structure necessary to present a clearly developed bill for your Modeling Clients to review and pay. A minimum amount of information regarding the sessions that have been provided will be required for the completion of this paperwork but you will have the versatility of covering virtually any topic necessary. After you have successfully submitted the various reports required, set aside some time to review each entry. It should be considered crucial to this invoice’s function that all the modeling sessions being billed in its contents are reported flawlessly.
Salary & Hourly Wage ($/hr)
How to Write in PDF and Word
1 – Select The Adobe PDF Button To Access The Freelance Model Invoice
Bill your modeling client with the invoice you can save by clicking on the buttons MS Word or Adobe Pdf
2 – Document The Model’s Information On This Page
Before we officially invoice the Modeling Client, we must take a moment to introduce the Freelance Model sending this paperwork. This can be done relatively quickly by filling out his or her full name on the blank space attached to the word “From” at the top of the page. The next three blank spaces will concern themselves with the Model’s professional address. This must be an address where mail can be reliably received by the Model. Start by placing the Model’s building number, street (or avenue, road, etc.) name, and any applicable suite number on the second blank line. The Model’s “City, State…,” and the “…Country” where the above address is located should be submitted to the third blank line on this page. The last item of the Model’s address, his or her “Zip Code,” will have its own space as well. Enter it on the fourth blank line. The remaining two lines will need the active “Phone” number and “E-Mail” address the Model uses professionally.
3 – Report The Invoice Information Detailing This Bill And The Client
The next part of this paperwork will use a horizontal bar to outline two specific items. The first of which, “Invoice #,” will need the bookkeeping system’s filing number for this document submitted to the blank space attached to it.
The next requirement in this section will be the first calendar date when this modeling invoice is first considered applicable to the Client.
This invoice will function as a means to inform the Modeling Client of a certain amount of money that he or she must pay to the Freelance Model. If this conveyance of information is to act predictably, then we must make certain the Recipient knows who he or she is. Thus, enter the intended Payer’s “Name” on the first available space underneath the bold words “Bill To.” Provide some additional information regarding the Modeling Client by filling out the “Street Address”, “City, State, Country” blank lines with the Modeling Client’s address then enter the correct “Zip Code” on the last blank space in this area.
4 – The Modeling Invoice Will Need To Clearly Explain The Amount Owed
The Model’s sessions for this job is the next topic of this document. The “Description” column displayed in the left part of the table requires a definitive list of sessions the Model worked. If there is more than one, you may divide them by date or project however each separate modeling session should be recorded on a separate row. The length of time that made up each modeling session must be recorded in “Hours.”The Model’s hourly rate is also a requirement for this invoice. The dollar value the Model must receive for each hour of work for this modeling job should be filled into the third column.
The last column in the right-hand part of this table is titled “Amount.” Here we will enter the “Hours” multiplied by the “$/Hour” for every row you reported a modeling session. All the values you enter to these rows should be added to one sum then placed in the “Subtotal” field. Some modeling jobs may need “Tax” added to the “Subtotal.” Enter the “Tax” owed on this invoice to the next field. Add the previous two fields to produce a “Total” that the Modeling Client must pay. The length of time that the Modeling Client can take to pay this invoice can be named and imposed on the Payer by entering it as a number of days in the “Payment Is Due…” statement. The “Comments Or Special Instructions” part of this invoice enables material you believe necessary but not reported earlier to be included. The two blank lines at the bottom of this page will accept this information.
How to Write in Excel
Download in Microsoft Excel (.xlsx).
1 – Download The Modeling Invoice To Bill Clients
Freelance modeling jobs can be billed using the spreadsheet version of the document previewed above. It can be saved through the “MS Excel” button.
2 – Produce The Model’s Information To Column A
The Freelance Model will want his or her paperwork to be identified immediately upon viewing. This can be accomplished by including his or her modeling logo in this document. It can be displayed at the top of this page by importing its image file to cell A1.
Cells A3 through A6 will give you a prominent area to present the Freelance Model’s business address. Each of these cells will require you substitute the Freelance Model’s information for the contents being requested by the labels currently populating them. Thus, begin with the Freelance Model’s “Name” in cell A3 then his or her freelance modeling business address down cells A4, 5, and 6.
Naturally, the Freelance Model will want his or her Clients to have more immediate forms of contact available to them. Make a record of the Freelancer’s professional modeling “Phone” number and “E-Mail” address in cells A7 and A8.
3 – Identify The Modeling Client
Our next step will be to make sure the Modeling Client is plainly identified using this sheet. Column A contains a set of cells reserved for this material. In cell A11, furnish the Modeling Client’s full name. Document the Modeling Client’s address as well. To do this, put the building number and street name in cell A12. If there is a suite number required to define this “Street Address” make sure to input, it accordingly. Afterward, complete reporting this address by placing its “City, State, Country” in cell A13 and its “Zip Code” in cell A14.
4 – Complete This Paperwork With Strict Definitions
Before we move on to the area where we will bill the Modeling Client, we should assign a unique filing number that can be associated with this document in the future. Typically known as an invoice number, supply the document number for this invoice in cell F4. Notice, that an invoice date has generated in the next cell. You may change it to a “Date” you wish applied. The session(s) worked by the Freelancer will need to be adequately documented in this paperwork along with the money owed for the modeling session. The “Description” column should contain an account of the dates, times, or modeling projects defining when the Model worked. The time spent modeling will need to be documented as “Hours” in column F while column G needs a report on how much the Freelance Model should be paid per hour. These two columns will work in conjuncture in column H’s formula to display the amounts owed. The final task set before us will be to calculate then report the “Tax” that must be charged to and paid for by the Client for this modeling job in cell H28Cell A30 contains the wording the Freelance Model can use to name the maximum number of days when a payment must be received to be on-time. This number can be input in place of the number sign. Call A31 can be used to give additional definitions relating to the Model, modeling session, or this document. Input any such information directly after the phrase “Comments Or Special Instructions”