Sending invoices to your customers easily tells them how much money they owe you for services or products you provided. An invoice is an official way to keep record of each sale you make, including how much money the customer needs to pay you.
You can issue invoices in English only, but in any of the following currencies: UAE Dirham (AED), Australian dollar (AUD), Bulgarian lev (BGN), Canadian dollar (CAD), Swiss franc (CHF), Czech koruna (CZK), Danish krone (DKK), euro (EUR), British pound sterling (GBP), Hong Kong dollar (HKD), Hungarian forint (HUF), Israeli new sheqel (ILS), Japanese yen (JPY), Mexican peso (MXN), Norwegian krone (NOK), New Zealand dollar (NZD), Polish zloty (PLN), Qatari rial (QAR), Romanian leu (RON), Saudi Riyal (SAR), Swedish krona (SEK), Singapore dollar (SGD), Thailand baht (THB), Turkish lira (TRY), US dollar (USD) and South African rand (ZAR).
To send an invoice to one of your clients, simply:
- Click on the 'Invoices' tab on the main menu in your Revolut Business account, or navigate to the 'Hub' tab and click on the 'Invoices' app
- Click 'New Invoice' button on the top of the screen
- Add or select the client that you want to send the invoice to
- Choose the relevant currency, add the item(s) the billing relates to and click 'continue'
- Review your invoice (some details can only be edited in Invoice Settings)
- If everything checks out, send the invoice by clicking 'send' and you’re done!
You can also edit unpaid invoices or invoice drafts. However, once you open the 'New invoice' screen, the invoice number is registered permanently. These numbers run sequentially in the order they're created. Incomplete invoices are saved as a draft, but if the invoice draft is deleted, that invoice number is terminated irreversibly.