How and When to Use PayPal's New Invoicing System

Written by Ron Hutton

Copyright 2005 Ron Hutton

Automate, automate, automate. It's darn good advice most ofrepparttar time. But what about occasions where you simply need to collect a one-time payment for various and sundry items or services?

PayPal recently launched a very handy and convenient service called "PayPal Invoicing" that makesrepparttar 142610 job of requesting and collecting payment for products or services a snap. Here'srepparttar 142611 process in a nutshell... (1) You log into your PayPal account. (2) Fromrepparttar 142612 main screen, clickrepparttar 142613 dark blue "Request Money" tab. (3) The second paragraph (currently) says "To send a more detailed request, try out PayPal's new Invoicing tool". Click this link to go torepparttar 142614 invoicing page. (4) Atrepparttar 142615 "Select Template" dropdown menu, select "New Invoice" and click continue. (5) The next screen provides all ofrepparttar 142616 fields that you'll need to build your invoice. You can apply tax, charge for shipping, specifyrepparttar 142617 rates for each, and more. This won't take you more than about 10 or 20 seconds to complete. When you're satisfied withrepparttar 142618 information that you've entered, clickrepparttar 142619 "Continue" button. (6) The next screen shows you whatrepparttar 142620 invoice will look like, and if you like what you see, click "Send Invoice" and your job is done.

The recipient of your invoice will receive an attractive html email invoice with your PayPal email asrepparttar 142621 "from" address. When they open it they'll see a "Pay Now" button to click, and this takes them directly to their PayPal login page. Upon logging in, they will haverepparttar 142622 option to either payrepparttar 142623 invoice or cancel it. Hopefully, they'll pay.


Written by Judy Thompson

Copyright 2005 Judy Thompson

Are you looking for a home-based business? This could be a wise decision since there are countless advantages to having your own home-based business. Or it could be an unwise decision for you if you get caught up in one or more ofrepparttar many, many scams out there. Before picking a business that seems right for you, you should at least know some basics.

Select a business according to your own special interests, abilities, time and finances.

As you pursue that dream of being your own boss, working from home, having more time and money, undoubtedly you will run across numerous MLM opportunities.

MLM, or multi-level marketing, also referred to as network marketing, offersrepparttar 142609 wonderful benefit of allowing you to develop a substantial residual income. Your income is based, not just on your own efforts, but also onrepparttar 142610 efforts of others. MLM is a “people helping people” business. The more you are able to help others succeed,repparttar 142611 more successful you will be, too.

However, you will want to understand some basics aboutrepparttar 142612 company, its products, and its compensation plan, before you join.

With so many new people enteringrepparttar 142613 world of wanting to work from home, it is not at all unusual for me to hear them ask, “How do I get paid?”

So … be sure you know this important fact: a true, legitimate MLM company will pay you commissions only onrepparttar 142614 sale of its products or services!

You do not need to do allrepparttar 142615 selling by yourself. In fact, if you choose, you can simply be a user of your company’s products. But you will need to enlist other people into your organization (your downline) who will also use or sellrepparttar 142616 products. The company will then pay you a certain percentage fromrepparttar 142617 sales of all products in your downline. If you have only a few people in your downline, most likely your commission check will be very small. But, if you have some workers in your group, your own efforts can be multiplied many times over, helping you to build a large downline. Then you could be looking at some very lucrative commission checks.

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