Pay Up!

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Is your cash flow a bit sluggish these days? Do you send off invoices and then wait forever to be paid? Do you find late payment to be the rule rather than the exception? Do some customers give you the impression they’re doing you a favour paying your bills at all? If you answered “yes” to any of the above, this e-book is for you.

Make them pay!

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Description

Why subsidise your client’s business with your overdraft – or worse still, the interest you should be getting on your savings? If you only buy one business information product this year, make it this one. You won’t regret it.

What You Will Learn

  • Simple strategies to avoid getting “stung” in the first place
  • What to do the moment an invoice becomes overdue
  • An easy way to keep track of which clients are good payers and which ones aren’t.
  • An effective technique to use if you supply goods on credit. I was (unwittingly) on the receiving end of this one so I know it works.
  • Step by step procedures to follow when chasing payment.
  • How to avoid spending a fortune of fruitless litigation
  • 10 tips to ensure prompt payment

Who this e-book is for

Entrepreneurs, small business owners, tradespeople, and self employed individuals.

Table of Contents

Preface 2

Introduction 4

Chapter 1. How to avoid getting stung in the first place. 5

Chapter 2. The business of getting your money. 8

Chapter 3. A tale of two shopkeepers. 13

Chapter 4. I’m not happy, so you’re not getting paid. 17

Chapter 5. Using a collections agency. 22

Chapter 6. Using the law. 25

Chapter 7. Factoring: keeping the cash flow flowing. 30

Chapter 8. Interesting Times 32

Chapter 9. Getting Paid Electronically. 33

Chapter 10. Ten tips to ensure prompt payment. 36

Appendix A. Sample Letters 37

Appendix B. Plan of Action flow chart. 42

Appendix C. Useful Contacts 44

About the author

George Guibal

Entrepreneur and writer

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