Invoice - Terms & Conditions Page 2

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I'm using Reckon Accounts Pro 2014. Is there any current Reckon program that would enable me to attach Terms and Conditions to a Tax Invoice i.e Page 2 or do I still need to attach a separate PDF when I email the Invoice? 
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Tanya Marshall

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Kevin Russell, Accredited Partner

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Have you searched the forum? This question has been answered several times. Yes there are a number of different options.
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No Kevin, that wont work for me either as being a small business (which is what reckon is for isn't it?) I do not have a website as there is no need for one and the associated costs that go with designing, maintaining and paying for a website.

The CCA act states that a copy of its terms (one page is sufficient space to comply with the act in that regard)  must be sent to customers along with the invoice in order to gain the protections afforded by the act.

BTW, If I did do what 90% of businesses did I'd be using some other form of invoicing system......
 
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If these are account customers the terms of the sale should be incorporated into your credit agreement
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As mentioned above, the act states that the terms must be sent with the invoice, that's why many Electricians, Plumbers, Builders and larger contractors etc have it printed on the reverse side of their invoice printed on their large expensive printer.

Just adding it to a credit agreement does not comply with the act.  
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Can you point me to the relevant section?
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Sure thing, read section 20 (3) and (4)