Trash (Junk) Removal Invoice Template

The Trash (Junk) Removal Invoice Template is a front line document when billing Clients. The easy-to-use structure of this paperwork enables it to be developed in the office through a reliable method of entry as well as on the road. This can be very useful if a call comes in while on a job. Once this invoice is delivered on-site or by mail, it will inform your Client of his or her obligations for the removal payment owed.

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How to Write in PDF and Word

Download: Adobe PDF & Microsoft Word (.docx)

Step 1 – Download The Trash (Junk) Removal Service As A PDF Or Word File

Choose either the “PDF” or “Word” button paired underneath the preview image to access the file needed to bill Clients for trash or junk removal services requiring payment. Another manner of obtaining the file you want to work with is to select either link above (“Adobe PDF” or “Microsoft Word…”)


Step 2 – Identify The Trach (Junk) Removal Service Sending This Document

The Trash or Junk Removal Service must identify itself as this invoice’s Sender at the beginning of the invoice being worked on. The “Company Name” text-box on display in the upper-left of the invoice will expect your entry of the Trash (Junk) Removal Service’ s Business Name as its contents.  In addition to its legal identity, the full “Name” of the Trash (Junk) Removal Employee or Technician in charge of this paperwork must be documented for display. The first available line under the text=box, “Name,” will need your production of this identity.  Add the mailing address to this header using the three empty lines below the “Name” you recorded. The first two of these lines will be labeled as “Street Address” and “City, State, Country” allowing for this mailing address information to be produced.  The third available line is reserved for the “Zip Code” of Trash (Junk) Removal Service’s mailing address. Report this postal code as requested.  Follow up the Trash (Junk) Removal Company’s contact details with its current “Phone” number and “E-Mail” address on the final two lines in this section.


Step 3 – Report The Trash (Junk) Removal Company’s Invoice Information For This File

The second part of this invoice only requires two entries. the first of these should be produced on the “Invoice #” line and must be the filing information needed to classify this request as a formal bill.  The second line, “Date,” will act to complement the invoice number as a means of identification as well as attach the calendar day you assign as the “Date” this formal request is made. 


Step 4 – Attach The Billing Information Needed To Direct This Bill

The billing section for this document will need to be completed so the correct entity may be held accountable for money owed on the trash or junk removal. Therefore, locate the bold section title “Bill To” then, enter the “Name” of the Trash or Junk Removal Client on the first available line. Next, attach the Trash (Junk) Removal Client’s mailing or billing address to this section. Each component of this address will have a different line requiring a piece of information. The second blank line in the “Bill To” section will need your report on the “Street Address” of the Client while the second and third (“City, State, Country,” and “Zip Code”) are reserved for the remainder of the Trash or Junk Client’s mailing address. 


Step 5 – Make A Record Of The Trash Or Junk Removal Requiring Payment

The date and “Description” of the trash or junk that was hauled away should be supplied in the first box of the invoice table. 


Step 6 – Dispense The Cost of Removing Trash Or Junk

The “Amount” column of this table expects the removal costs that must be paid. We will not figure in any taxes at this point as we are only reporting the base cost for the Client’s review.  After reporting the base “Amount,” the “Subtotal” box will require confirmation for these removal costs. Therefore, sum all removal costs listed in “Amount” and report the result in “Subtotal.”  If the trash or junk removal we defined above is subject to a service tax or a sales tax (for any disposal products that must be paid for) then you must calculate this amount using your state’s tax codes. Input the full amount that will be paid in taxes for this removal in the “Tax/VAT” box.  The full cost of the removal, that must be paid for as per this document, must be documented in the box labeled “Total.” Here, you must add the previous “Tax/VAT” amount reported to that in the “Subtotal” box. This sum is the trash or junk removal’s “Total” amount owed. 


Step 7 – Inform The Trash Or Junk Removal Client Of The Payment Deadline

The invoice we’ve produced will need one more item discussed. The statement at the bottom of the page (“Payment Is Due…”) allows you to declare the maximum number of “Days” the removal costa may be left unpaid without penalty. This number should be input immediately after the hashtag or number sign in this statement. 


Step 8 – Additional Invoice Items May Be Documented At Your Discretion

The blank lines after the “Comments Or Special Instructions” label are placed in this area to receive additional material if any is necessary to complete this paperwork. You may enter information directly to this invoice using this section. 


How to Write in Excel

Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)

Step 1 – Save The Trash (Junk) Removal Invoice Template As A Spreadsheet

You can obtain the spreadsheet version of the previewed template through either the “Excel” button displayed with it or the “Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)” link available in this section. e

Step 2 – Introduce The Trash Or Junk Removal Business Issuing This Document

This invoice must be identified as an original document from the Trash or Junk Removal Company using it to request payment. The first cell in column A expects several entries to ensure this. First, display the Trash/Junk Removal Business’ logo or trademark in cell A1. You may upload your image file directly to the contents of this cell using your mouse to select the placeholder image to access the “Change Picture” menu or deleting the placeholder then using the ribbon menu to import the image directly to the contents of this cell (make sure the cell is selected).  Next, record the Trash/Junk Removal Service’s “Company Name” then the “Name” of the Employee or Contractor sending this paperwork in cell A1 and A2, respectively.  The business address used by the Trash/Junk Removal Service or Payment Seeker to receive payments and other mail should be included in this section with the names we supplied. Thus, deliver the “Street Address” to cell A4 along with the Trash/Junk Service’s City, State, Country, and “Zip Code” in cells A5 and A6  The Recipient Trash/Junk Removal Client will appreciate having a more immediate mode of communication made available in this area. Use cells A7 then A8 as a presentation for the Trash/Junk Removal Service’s “E-Mail” address and business number. 


Step 3 – Declare How This Correspondence Must Be Classified

The invoice number that distinguishes this document as a bill in the Trash/Junk Removal Service’s files is a standard item produced in the billing process. Input this item in cell F4.  As an additional measure, it is strongly recommended that an identification of the invoice “Date” (or the first day payment is sought after) be presented. Therefore, this sheet has assigned the current calendar day (in cell H4) as the invoice “Date. If this does not fit the situation being billed, a different day may be entered by simply typing it in.


Step 4 – Name The Removal Client Obligated For The Service Payment

The Trash/Junk Removal Client’s identity is our next topic. This task will be handled in the “Bill To” section of this document where the full Trash/Junk Removal Customer’s legal “Name” and formal billing address should be presented. Cell A11 is set as the Trash/Junk Removal Customer’s “Name” while the three below it should be composed of his or her mailing address.  Complete the billing section with an entry of the “Street Address” in the Trash/Removal Client’s address in cell A12 leaving “City, State, Country” and “Zip Code” for cells A13 and A14, respectively. 


Step 5 – Formally Invoice The Client For The Removal Of Trash Or Junk

Now that both parties have been attached to this document, we will engage an account of the trash or junk that was removed. Cell A17 of this table should be populated with the dates involved, the poundage or definition of the disposed of items, and any products that may be billed to the Client (i.e. bags, sanitization compounds, etc.).  After defining the removal job, move to cell H17 and enter the “Amount” expected as payment for hauling the trash or junk away. Do not apply any service or sales taxes to this figure yet. 


Step 6 – Provide The Cost Breakdown Behind The Total Owed

The three cells closing the “Amount” column will act as a review area for the Client. First, in cell H18, record all amounts you reported as owed as a single sum that does not include a tax. This is the trash or junk removal’s “Subtotal.”    Depending upon the state where the trash or junk removal service must be paid, a service tax or a sales tax may need to be applied. Make sure you are familiar with the applicable tax laws of the relevant jurisdiction before proceeding. When you are ready, enter the amount of money that must be added as sales tax or service tax in cell H19 (“Tax/VAT”). If none is owed, then you may either leave this cell without entry or record “0.00” as its contents.  The final cell in this table bears the label “Total.” The Trash/Junk Removal Client’s payment must be equivalent to the sum of the taxes and “Subtotal.” Calculate this sum manually or using Excel then report it in cell H20.


Step 7 – Deliver The Formal Due Date For The Removal Service Payment

Our next concern will be to make sure the Client knows when the Trash/Removal Service will consider this bill delinquent if unanswered. This should be presented as a number of “Days” by replacing the pound sign or hashtag symbol in the sentence held by cell A21. 


Step 8 – The Final Cell May Be Used To Continue This Paperwork

Cell A22 will accept a full record of any remaining information you wish included.