Free Software for Sending Invoices: Wave Apps Overview

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If you’re a new freelancer, finding a way to send professional invoices to get paid is probably pretty high on your list of top priorities. Wave Apps offers professional and free software for sending invoices.

As a freelancer, managing finances and invoicing can be a challenging task. Keeping track of payments, sending professional invoices, and staying organized with expenses can quickly become overwhelming. Wave Apps is a popular invoicing software that provides a seamless and user-friendly solution for freelancers to manage their invoicing needs with ease. It’s one that I’ve used myself and recommend to people who are just starting out since it has no monthly fee.

Invoicing with Wave Apps

One of the key features of Wave Apps is its invoicing functionality. With customizable templates, freelancers can easily add their logo, personalize the invoice design, and include all the necessary details such as itemized services, due dates, and payment terms. Wave Apps also allows you to require that your customers agree to terms when paying so it can act a bit like a contract when needed.

In addition to creating invoices, Wave Apps makes it effortless to track payments. Freelancers can easily see which invoices have been paid, partially paid, or are overdue. Automatic payment reminders can also be set up, ensuring that freelancers never miss out on payments. (I HIGHLY recommend setting up reminders). Wave Apps also offers a secure online payment option for clients, allowing them to pay invoices directly through the software, which can greatly speed up the payment process.

Accounting with Wave Apps

Managing expenses is also made easy with Wave Apps. Freelancers can easily track their business expenses, categorize them, and even upload receipts directly to the software. This makes it convenient for tax purposes, as freelancers can quickly generate expense reports for their accountants come tax season.

Another great feature of Wave Apps is its ability to generate financial reports. Freelancers can easily view their cash flow, profit and loss statements, and other financial reports that provide a clear overview of their business’s financial health. This allows freelancers to make informed decisions about their business and plan for the future.

Wave Apps is Free!

What sets Wave Apps apart from other invoicing software is that it offers a free plan with unlimited invoicing, making it an ideal choice for freelancers who are just starting out or have a limited budget. However, for more advanced features such as recurring invoices, estimates, and more robust reporting options, Wave Apps also offers affordable paid plans.

Check out the backend of Wave Apps in this video 👇

Other resources for freelancers setting up shop:

Proposal or Welcome Packet Canva Template (freebie)

8 pages formatted to introduce yourself, share your portfolio or highlight specific projects, outline your basic work process and share next steps for working together. All entirely customizable with a free Canva account!

Break Up With Upwork

Win clients from multiple sources and confidently steer them through the contract, project management and payment process on your own. For freelancers looking to break their dependence on Upwork and other marketplaces, and freelancers just starting out!

Best of luck! Xx, Kara


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Hi, I'm Kara

I’m one part website designer, one part strategist and one part accountability partner.  I help service-based solopreneurs get set up online without the tech headaches!

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