B2B Collections Refresher Part 5: Collections Attorneys

In the previous four articles of this five-part series on B2B collections we’ve covered accounts receivable management, cash flow, communications, and collections issues. In this fifth and final part of the series we’ll refresh you on the basics of when to hire a...

B2B Collections Refresher Part 4: Handling Collections

We’ve written quite a bulk of articles that cover the issue of how to handle your collections. In this fourth part of our five-part series on B2B collections we’re going to review some of the highlights from past articles that have discussed how to perform collections...

B2B Collections Refresher Part 3: Communication

So far we’ve covered accounts receivable management (part 1) and cash flow (part 2). This third part of our five-part series on B2B collections is possibly the most important. Why? Because communication is the foundation upon which all aspects of accounts receivable...

B2B Collections Refresher Part 2: Cash Flow

In our previous article we reviewed the basics of accounts receivable management, using past articles as a refresher. In this second part of a five-part series on B2B collections we’re going to cover the basics of cash flow, referencing two of our more recent articles...

Preventing Cash Flow Crisis

Cash flow is the lifeblood of your business. This means that to maintain that life-giving cash flow, you need business clients who pay on time and in full. But this isn’t always going to be the case, especially considering the current economic climate. As such, it’s...

Collecting Receivables Before It’s Too Late

Collecting on past-due invoices can be a time-consuming and frustrating task, which is why many business owners put off collecting their receivables until they are 60 or even 90 days past due. Sometimes old receivables will even be written off as uncollected. But...