Contractors - Accounts Receivables Management Process 2011



Improving Contractors Accounts Receivable Management

Nearly every contractor must deal with clients who pay late or not at all. All clients expect prompt and professional services, but they do not always meet the same standards when it comes to paying their invoices.

Accounts not paid within terms can severely affect a contractor’s cash flow. Yet business owners may hesitate to push for the money they’re owed. A clearly defined and carefully communicated payment policy can help prevent difficult collections.

Ten simple steps can dramatically improve your results and cash flow.

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