Every beauty salon has its own business forms for neat functioning. Beauty salon business forms can be computer forms or manual forms, which are used in sales or services.
Common manual forms include invoices, receipts, estimates, statements, human resource materials, credit memos, packing lists, shipping and export forms, timecards, and warehouse/receiving forms. Computer forms may be invoices, statements, proposals, bills, purchase orders, and estimates. Automotive, transmittal, appraisal, work orders, service/repair orders, and service books/register forms are the normal manual service forms. And the manual sales forms are for proposals, contracts, memos, sales books, collections, sales orders, register forms, and sales slips.
The invoices can be in different styles and varieties and can change according to the owner’s choice. However, certain standards must be followed by each beauty salon holder in preparing an invoice. Since a beauty salon is also a place where a person can hire or purchase any beauty product, there are separate purchase order forms. After the purchase, the bills for lading are also given to the customer. The estimate form provides the pricelist of each product in the shop, which helps a customer to choose the appropriate products according to his budget.
A sales book is an important business form in all beauty salons. The sales book contains all information regarding the sale of a particular product, including the product number, quantity, unit price, total price, date of purchase, and more. A sales book can be used as an invoice and receipt so that the sales person can take theses items wherever they are going to sell their products.
Appraisal forms for the service persons, work orders for the business, and details about the service/repair orders all constitute business forms. Business forms also include gift certificates and tax forms. Other types of forms are legal forms and business documents. Professional-looking business forms such as brochures give a detailed idea about the company and its merits.
Source by Kent Pinkerton