sliced invoices

A Free WordPress Plugin
Send Quotes or Invoices To Your Clients

What Does Sliced Invoices Do?

Pre-Defined Items

You can create an unlimited amount of items for fast quoting and invoicing.

Online Payments

Accept credit card payments from your clients via PayPal.

Tax Options

Set a global tax rate and/or a rate per line item.

Client Management

Manage your client details just as you do WordPress Users.

Translation Ready

Sliced Invoices is ready to translate into your clients language of preference.


Get an overview of current and past income as well as quotes.

You Can Do Beautiful Reporting Unlimited Items Any Currency Client Management Much More

Additional Payment Gateways

More Extensions To Better Suit Your Business

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Client Area

a secure area for your clients to view and export their invoices as well as update their business details

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Secure Invoices

Secure your invoices and quotes, allowing access only to people who have been sent a secure link

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Better URL's

Easily change the URL’s of your quotes and invoice to better suit the branding of your business.

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Easy Translate

Translate or modify the text that is displayed on the standard invoice and quote templates.

Quote Request

Imagine having a form on your website that allows your visitors to basically create their own quotes and invoices!

All you need to do once they have submitted the form is to edit the quote, read the description of work they require and then set your pricing. All of their client data has already been captured and added to the quote. Use one of these form builder plugins in WordPress and begin making your Quote Request Form.

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WooCommerce + Sliced Invoices

This Woocommerce extension acts as the middle-man between the Woocommerce plugin and Sliced Invoices plugin, allowing you to easily create invoices and quotes from Woocommerce orders.

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