WordPress Wednesday – 4 Best WordPress Plugins for Creating Invoices

January 30, 2013 — Leave a comment

Managing your finances as a freelancer or a business owner can be difficult at times, especially when it comes to getting paid for work you have done so it helps to have some sort of invoicing and tracking software in place.

There are many plugins and tools that been built around WordPress for a while that can make your business run more efficiently and for one such area is invoicing clients. Today’s WordPress Wednesday features 4 WordPress plugins that you can use for generating and managing invoices.

1. WP Invoice

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WP-Invoice lets WordPress blog owners send itemized invoices to their clients. Ideal for web developers, SEO consultants, general contractors, or anyone with a WordPress blog and clients to bill. The plugin ties into WP’s user management database to keep track of your clients and their information.

2. WP Invoices Ultimate

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WPIU Has very few options, which include a little bit about you business, notification email subject customisation, and your paypal information.  It’s uses Paypal, and manual payments. Right now there is no agenda to add support for other gateways, so if you need multiple gateways please look elsewhere.

3. Web Invoice

web-invoice

Web Invoice lets WordPress and WordPress MU blog owners send itemized invoices to their clients. Ideal for web developers, SEO consultants, general contractors, or anyone with a WordPress blog and clients to bill. The plugin ties into WP’s user management database to keep track of your clients and their information.

4. WordPress Invoice Pro – $20

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WP Invoice Pro is a Premium WordPress plugin for keeping track of client quotes and invoices. It utilizes WordPress’ user management system for invoice login (if required) and email management. Send or view the invoices via email or online. Encode the permalink of the invoice if you prefer to keep it secure.

 

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