The use of a waybill is not mandatory, for this reason, the order is often made by sending the invoice directly. When orders are placed continuously, orders are usually sent with waybills and at the end of each month, all invoices are sent.
1) What is a waybill?
A waybill is a commercial document that certifies that a shipment has been delivered correctly. The recipient of the shipment must sign the waybill when they receive the delivery. In this way, the issuer knows that the order has reached its destination, and on the other hand, the person making the delivery justifies that he has made the shipment to his recipient.
2) Necessary information on a waybill
The below information should appear in waybills:
- Name or business name of the buyer
- Number of the waybill (ordered by numerical series).
- ID number of the buyer as well as his fiscal address.
- Issue date of the waybill.
- Description of the concept
- The price per unit and the pre-tax price of each of the goods or services.
- Possible discounts or advances
- Taxes (VAT) or mention if it is exempt from VAT or there is investment of taxpayer.
- The total amount