How To Raise A PayPal Invoice

by Abhishek Bhatnagar on June 9, 2010

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PayPal is a convenient way of sending and receiving money online across the globe. It works in many countries and provides an easy to use online interface. Apart from the personal payment, PayPal also allows to make small good and services transactions to individual accounts.

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If you are a small business and sell good and services to your clients who pay via PayPal, you may need to send an invoice to the client. This is a fairly simple task. In this small tutorial I will explain how you can quickly raise an invoice to the client. Raising an invoice sends the invoice to the client and he can verify the details and send you money via his PayPal account.

To raise an invoice, log into your PayPal Account and click Request Money > Create am Invoice

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Next screen will ask you to select an invoice template you might have saved in past. If you have never created on, simply click continue on the New Invoice option.

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On next create invoice page, complete your own details, fill the clients PayPal id, invoice details, currency, goods or services details, tax applicable etc and click continue.

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Next you will see a Preview Invoice page wherein you can verify the details which you filled on the last page and press Send Invoice after you ensure that everything on the invoice is correct.

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After you click Send Invoice, a reminder email is sent to the client and invoice appears in their PayPal profile. We hope you find this small tutorial helpful.

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