California Compliance Invoice walkthroughLast updated on 03/22/2022
After you set up the California Compliance Invoice, customer invoices update with the information you entered. The example below walks you through a California Compliance Invoice.
Example of a California Compliance Invoice
The invoice includes:
Company contact information at the top
Invoice number in bold red typeface
Completion date, technician name, and technician license number
The contract price and approximate start and complete date are listed automatically.
Specific California Compliance language is automatically added.
Customer authorization includes insurance information regarding commercial general liability (CGL) and worker’s compensation.
New California Compliance language regarding customers’ right to a copy of the invoice is automatically added. The list of documents follows.
Information on the three-day right to cancel is displayed.
Information on where to send the 3-day cancellation notice matches the contact information in the header.
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For more on the Contractors State License Board’s standards, see Contracting for Success: A Contractor’s Guide to Home Improvement Contracts.
Important note: Some features may not be currently included in your account and additional configuration may be required. Please contact technical support for details.
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