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  • What is the difference between a pro forma invoice and a standard invoice?

    When it comes to running a business, there is so much to do. You may be good at what you do and love your job, but unless you work with numbers (like me!) then it won’t make you an accounting wiz. However, correctly handling the financials of your business is incredibly important. It ensures that you get paid, that you get paid enough and that you have the funds to keep on going. ssuing the correct invoice to customers is part of handling the financials. One of the biggest questions I get when I work with new clients is “What is the difference between a pro forma invoice and a standard invoice?