Aside from forms for recruiting, hiring, and firing employees, your selection of basic business forms should include various financial forms. All businesses have bookkeeping of some kind, and someone managing payroll, either an accountant or an HR representative, should have the appropriate forms labeled with your companys name and address. Such forms that fall under this category include business checks, deposit forms, invoices, and record keeping books. Invoices, in particular, should represent your company, as these will be sent to customers and clients for a bill. In addition, because many businesses use QuickBooks or another computer payroll program, business forms for financial transactions can come as a computerized template for you to print out your own.