What To Do When An Invoice Exceeds Terms

In an ideal world, every customer would pay on time, enabling your business to operate effectively and grow in line with its ambitions. But, as we know only too well, this is rarely the case.

Minimising these sorts of headaches is achievable, however, with a good credit control strategy in place. This guide explores some of the tactics you can utilise once an invoice has exceeded agreed terms to encourage payment from the customer and minimise the impact of the delay on your business and your cash flow.

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