Generate an invoice by filling out these fields. To simplify the process of completing this form in the future, register for free.

Invoice, which can be generated in either electronic or paper format, serves as a legal document or notification. Completing the fields in this form will produce a digital invoice in the form of a PDF file, which can subsequently be printed. Both paper and electronic invoices possess equal legal standing. Invoices must be issued no later than 15 days following the date of goods or services delivery, or from the date of payment receipt prior to the delivery of goods or services.

Proforma invoice serves as a notice or payment directive, which is not classified as a tax document. Upon obtaining a deposit, users are required to generate an invoice or a fiscal record corresponding to the payment received.

Credit note represents a document that pertains to and amends the initial invoice. As a rectifying fiscal record, it is generated in instances where the supply of goods or services is annulled (entirely or partially) or returned (completely or in part), or when the price undergoes a reduction. The original invoice number must be explicitly cited within the credit note. Furthermore, the figures in the credit note should be negative, necessitating the inclusion of a minus sign preceding the amount.

Debit note is a formal document that pertains to the original invoice and serves as an amendment. This financial instrument is issued by the supplier to the customer in instances where there is an escalation in the amount owed by the customer. Circumstances that may warrant the issuance of a debit note include supplementary charges, inaccuracies in billing, or alterations in the quantity of goods or services provided. Consequently, a debit note augments the customer's outstanding balance and enhances the supplier's receivables. The primary distinction between a debit note and a credit note resides in the rationale for their issuance and the manner in which they impact the financial accounts of the concerned parties.

Tax document for the received payment essentially constitutes an invoice. This document is generated by the Value-Added Tax (VAT) payer upon obtaining a payment (deposit) and prior to the dispatch of goods or the provision of services. The pertinent tax and VAT obligations are calculated and exhibited within the document, and the invoiced sum must correspond to the total of the payment acquired.

You can select the listed documents in the Invoice type field in the Basic details section.

Supplier details

The supplier data is the billing data of the company that issues the invoice. The name of the person (natural or legal) and the address of their registered office or place of business must be provided. The invoice must also include the person's tax identification information. In addition to other data, it is customary to include further details about the company/person in the invoice, such as their entry in the commercial register, identification number, contact details and bank details (i.e. account number or IBAN).
Company / person:
Company ID (IČO):
VAT payer:
Supplier details:
Bank account number:
Title Value

Customer details

The customer data is the data respective of the client – the recipient of the goods or services. As with the supplier, the name and address of the recipient and their tax identification number under which the goods or services were supplied must be provided. The invoice may also contain other customer information, such as the shipping address.
Company / person:
Company ID (IČO):
Customer details:
Delivery address (if different from the customer's address)
Company / person:
Title Value

Basic details

Basic data is an important part of the invoice – in particular, the serial number of the invoice, the date of issue of the invoice, the delivery date of the goods or services, and the date of payment. For easier identification of the payment for the issued invoice, it is also customary to state the data as a variable and a constant symbol
Invoice number:
Invoice type:
Tax document:
Reference (Variable symbol):
Service nr. (Constant symbol):
Date of issue:
Date of :
Due date:
Date of payment received:
Order number:

Payment details

Payment data is an equally important part of this invoice, showing the currency of the invoice, payment method, and whether part of the invoice has already been paid in advance as a deposit.
Payment method:
Rounding total:
Already paid (in advance):
Total discount: %
Display QR code:
VAT reverse charge: Note in the invoice

Additional details

Additional information allows you to insert a text note into the invoice, which can sometimes be useful. In this section it is also possible to set the invoice language, if the invoice is issued to a foreign client.
Czech Slovak English German Hungarian Polish Spanish French Russian Italian Norwegian Danish
Note above the items:
Note below the items:
Company logo: Only for logged-in users
Company stamp / signature: Only for logged-in users
Invoice issued by:

Invoice items

Invoice items allow you to specify the quantity, type and scope of the delivered service or goods. They also allow you to show unit prices before tax and discounts. An invoice can contain several items with different descriptions of goods or services.
Item description
Price per unit (net)
Price per unit (gross)


Total without discount: 0
Total discount: 0 %
Total: 0
VAT: 0
Total (incl. VAT): 0
Already paid (in advance): 0
Rounding: 0
Total due (To pay): 0