Net 30


Is a term used on invoices to represent when the payment is due, in contrast to the date that the goods/services were delivered. When you see “net 30” on an invoice, it means that the client can pay up to 30 calendar days (not business days) after they have been billed. Net 30, 60 and 90 are general business terms. The motion design industry standard is Net 30.

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