How To Make Business To Business (B2B) Collection Calls

In a recent article we discussed how to write a B2B initial collection letter, with an emphasis on maintaining open, professional, and consistent communication. In this article we continue on that theme with some helpful guidelines about how to make a business to...

The Initial B2B Debt Collection Letter

In our recent article titled Five-Step Process To Dealing With Non-Paying Clients, one of the steps discussed sending a letter to your business debtor.  Preparing a timely letter can mean the difference between receiving payments due or not.  So here are some steps...

Collections And Accounts Receivable Loans

In a recent article we discussed invoice factoring as a way to help allay collections woes and quickly obtain operating capital. In certain circumstances, though, factoring may not be an option for businesses that have cash flow issues impacted by slow-paying or...

Improving Your Receivables Collections

If you are not proactive in collecting your receivables from slow-paying or no-paying customers, then what you are in essence doing is financing them. And they can do a lot with the money they owe you while you wait to get paid. So how can you improve your receivables...

Five-Step Process To Dealing With Non-Paying Clients

There are many joys and frustrations that come with owning and running a small business.  But perhaps the one thing that brings the most frustration is collecting from business clients who owe you money. Here is a five step process to assist you in your collection...

Piercing the Corporate Veil To Collect Money Owed

When another business owes you money and you’ve exhausted all your collection options (such as offering payment arrangements, sending letters, even hiring a collection agency), what else can be done? What if the company closes its doors? Can its owners or officers be...