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Generally you should have the first invoice have the total amount that the contract is worth in a section on an invoice, and then the amount that is actually due at that time. Then on the second invoice, you would have the total amount, show that a down payment was received (deposit), with the remaining amount. This way the invoices are obviously linked and ...
It depends do you need an invoice or does your client need one - check with your accountant. If you don't have one, answer is you don't have to.
If you expect to get paid at the beginning and end of a project, send two invoices, one at the beginning and one at the end.
I typically write a bit of a description on our invoices, here is something short to consider: Payment 1 of 2 - Due within 7 days of the contract execution for X, Y, Z. Payment 2 of 2 to be sent upon project completion and client acceptance. When I do a project that is just 2 payments it is usually pretty small so I typically have the 2nd payment due upon ...
I would go with Project Commencement
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