INVOICE CORRECTION LETTER
The Letter correcting invoice that undercharged is associated with a bill which is corrective. Corrective invoice letter is generated when the corrections in the bill is made. The letter can be written as the result of corrections made for the charges of simple corrections to any charges.
Simple correction invoice letters written to bill usually consists of some changes which do not affect any amount which is owed by any customer. For example: changes made in the invoice address, changes made in the language in the profile of the customer, etc. you can write a corrective invoice letter to consider the information which is corrected for the bill of the customers. The letter can also be generated even if the change of charges has not been made.
Invoice correction letter to the charges is written as a result of catalog corrections. It is also written when the customer’s account has receivable actions. These include adjustments, debits or credit cards, any dispute settlements, etc.
Contents Included In Letter of Correction Invoice
The contents which must be included in letter of correction invoice that undercharged are as follows
- The information of the customers which include address and name
- Information about the previous bills which include billing period, bill number and the billing date.
- The information of the corrective bill which include the due date of new payment and the corrective number of bill
- The total of all bills
- It should contain the corrected events and also the corrected items of bill
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