The Beginners "How-To" Guide is a unique 60 page reference and training manual that will provide your business with the foundational skills for collecting accounts receivable. Easily understood step-by-step instructions with "Do-s and Don't-s" on each topic will guide you through the process of collecting outstanding invoices.
Struggling to collect what is owed to you? If you're operating a small or medium size business and need the basics of collecting accounts receivable, the Beginners "How-To" Guide will show you how to:
• Set up a Standardized Collection System
• Identify Debtor Types
• Establish Credit Policies
• Make Collection Calls
• Write a Collection Letter
• Write a Final Demand
• Make Decisions About Accounts
• Take Supplementary Collection Actions
• Understand Insolvency Actions
• Decide When to Sue
• Deal With NSF Cheques
• Find Missing Debtors
• Decide When to Write Off an Account
• Use Quick Collection Techniques
View a sample page: Understanding Non-Payment
View a sample page: First Collection Call
View a sample page: The Number One Rule of Collections
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