What does an Invoice Need to Include?
An invoice number
This number will then be referenced on the check (or electronic record) when issued to help the Vendor apply the cash to the correct item on their Accounts Receivable ledger.
An invoice date
This date is used by Kodak to start the payment cycle.
The dollar amount that Kodak owes to the vendor
This should be broken down into product/service total, taxes (when applicable) and freight (when applicable). These items need to match the same units of measures and prices listed on the purchase order issued by Eastman Kodak. Any discrepancies need to be communicated to the person issuing the purchase order before the invoice is issued, otherwise, payment will be delayed.
Itemization of each item
Each invoice should be itemized to show the date on which the shipment was made or the date the service was performed. This should include the quantity and the unit price agreed upon by Kodak.
Type of currency, if other than USD
If the invoice is to be paid in currency other than USD, it must be printed on the face of the invoice.
Purchase order number
The Eastman Kodak purchase order number must be contained in its entirety on the face of the invoice otherwise payment may be delayed.
The address where the payment should be sent.