Modified on Tue, 28 Nov 2023 at 10:32 AM


All screenshots in the article were taken in the Dutch version of Yuki.

All configured settings such as the setting sof the invoice, among others, are grouped and categorised in one place in your domain.   

Open the settings of your domain by clicking on the Settings icon in the navigation bar. Subsequently, in the now-opened screen click on Sales settings and then scroll to Invoice.

After clicking on the Edit button, the settings below for the invoice number can be entered in the sales settings.

Bank account on invoice (required)

If there is more than one bank account in the domain, you can specify here which bank account should appear on the invoice.


To add a bank account to an invoice, at least one bank account (Bank) must have been created in the administration and/or domain.

Payment term in days (required)

Indicate here within how many days you want customers to pay you. Using the invoice date and payment term, the due date is calculated. 

You can have this printed on your invoice. This payment term is especially important if you also want to use Yuki's reminders and demands for payment.

A payment term of 14 days is common.

Payment method credit sales invoice (required)

Specifies how credit sales invoices are processed. If you select the Refund option, the credit sales invoice will end up in the payment list

In the case of To be settled, the invoice should be settled.


The payment list is only available when a user with the 'Management' role has chosen the Small, Medium, Large or Unlimited bundle via the Yuki Store in the domain.

Prefix invoice number

Make your invoice number recognisable, let it start with, for example, where the 18 stands for 2018. Start with a new series every year.

Don't make the number longer than necessary. That only costs your customer more input work to record and pay the invoices.

You may use a . as a separator to make longer number more readable (for example: 215.018).

Next invoice number (required)

The number you enter here will be used for the next sales invoice you process.

Avoid duplicate invoice numbers. So if you have already sent invoices before working with Yuki, let this number follow the last number used.


Choose a number of at least five digits. To properly recognise invoice payments, the invoice number should be a sufficiently unique value.

Four digits can be confused with zip codes. Two or three digits are also not sufficiently distinctive.

Invoice number on the next invoice

This number is automatically populated/filled with the number you entered in the Next invoice number field.

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