FAQ: How to Create Email Invoices for Free

Recently a reader, Charles Trimbone from Scranton, Pennsylvania asked me what was the easiest and cheapest way to create and send email invoices.

You see, Charles recently launched his lawn care service and wants to email client invoices and get paid via Paypal. Right now, he does not need a full-service accounting system such as Quickbooks for his startup company.

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He also did not want to go through the difficult application process (and pay monthly fees) for a dedicated merchant account to accept credit cards.

After some research, I found a super-simple system that Charles (and you) can use for free to send professional customized invoices in seconds Invoice Home. Sounds too good to be true. It is not!

They offer 100 free invoice templates that can be printed or emailed. Additionally, they support both Paypal and Stripe so your customers can simply click a button and you get paid instantly.

If you need to send invoices greater than $1,000 you can sign up for their unlimited invoicing plan for the insanely cheap price of $5.00 per month.

There is no required contract and you can cancel at any time.

Plus all your data transmissions are encrypted using an advanced cryptography algorithm. Yes, they also offer customer support to answer your questions.

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