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Want to Get Paid Faster? Improve Your Relationship with Debtors

Posted on September 3rd, 2019 by: Justine Adigue | Blog

Many business owners fear that asking for payment will make them look bad in the eyes of their clients. They are afraid that customers will think they are too impatient and that this will ultimately damage the relationship they’ve painstakingly built. But harbouring this kind of fear is bad for business. Your clients will inevitably

4 Cash Flow Myths That Might Put Your Business at Risk

Posted on June 21st, 2019 by: Justine Adigue | Blog

How you manage your cash flow can make or break your business. You need to make sure there is a good balance between the money that’s coming in and the money that’s going out. Although this might seem like a simple and straightforward task, a good number of business owners fail to accomplish it. In

Reasons for Late Payments SME

5 Reasons Clients Pay Late and What You Can Do About Them

Posted on June 4th, 2019 by: Justine Adigue | Blog

Late payments are a serious stress point for many business owners in New Zealand, especially those who own SMEs or start-ups. For these companies, a positive cash flow is essential for survival and any delay in invoice payments can severely affect operations.   The good news is that there are steps you can take to

Avoiding Invoice Disputes - Blog - SBR NZ

5 Smart Steps to Avoid Invoice Disputes with Your Clients

Posted on April 28th, 2019 by: Justine Adigue | Blog

Dealing with invoice disputes can be very time-consuming and frustrating, both for you and your customers. If you are not able to handle these disagreements properly, you might end up losing the client and putting your cash flow at risk. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to avoid invoice disputes and create a

Record Keeping and Debt Collection

Why Record Keeping Is Crucial to Successful Debt Recovery

Posted on March 22nd, 2019 by: Justine Adigue | Blog

Record keeping might not be the most exciting part of running a business, but it’s absolutely essential in making sure you stay on track. Aside from giving you a more accurate view of your financial standing, good record keeping also helps make your debt collection process smoother and more successful. Here’s how: Helps avoid miscommunication