For any type of business to succeed, you have to get paid. So whether you do one freelance gig a month or run a full-time writing business, you need to calculate the time you've worked and bill your clients for it. That means you need to know how to write an invoice.
The client's contact information: Now you'll want to specify who the invoice is being made out to. Include the recipient's name, address, phone number and any other info below the invoice header. Generally, your contact info should be on the opposite side of the recipient's info. So if your business name and logo are on the right side of the invoice at the top, the client's name and info should be below this on the left side.