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This billing services contract creates an agreement between a billing services professional and a client.


  • Hiring a billing services professional for a large project
  • Hiring a billing services company to help manage your company’s finances.


If you own a business, it’s important to keep track of every dollar spent and earned. Whenever you hire a person to work with your finances, however, you must ensure that everyone is on the same page when it comes to expectations and conditions for the job. Whether you are hiring a billing services professional for your business full-time or to just temporarily to help you get your accounts in order, you can use this step-by-step form to create a billing services contract that fits your needs.

Billing services professionals can help you with some of the most common tasks that come with running a business. Billing services companies can issue and track invoices, perform basic bookkeeping and recordkeeping services, and do payroll if you happen to have employees. Billing services professionals can also be helpful for a temporary hire on complex projects, such as managing a construction contract with several subcontractors. If your business does not have its finances organized and up-to-date, professional billing services providers can be very helpful in getting everything in order.

Billing services professionals can help you get paid more easily and help manage in-house finances. However, it is critical to make sure that any agreement for billing services is clear and accurate. If you are considering hiring a billing services provider, use this interactive form to create a customized agreement that will create the framework for a successful professional relationship.

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