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Handling cash in the salon

Paying by cash is one of the most common methods of payment for a hairdressing service. When a client pays for his or her recent hairdressing service by cash, the total cost is seldom rounded off to accommodate his or her pocket. It is then necessary to give change to the client. This is why a certain amount of money is kept in the till to provide plenty of change to give to the client when dealing with transactions. This certain sum of money is known as a float.

An itemised bill showing the total, date and service given as receipt for cash payments should be given to the client and is the correct procedure to follow when dealing with cash. Having an official receipt is a way of verifying the total salon takings for that day and keep record of tax and VAT. VAT may be shown on the bill separately or included in the cost of the service.

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