Category: Payment Plan

Your options when a debt becomes overdue

Once an invoice exceeds its credit terms, the likelihood of collecting the debt decreases as it grows older, which is why it’s worrying to see that 30% of businesses now classify more than 10% of their debtor book as over 90 days old. DIY Firstly, if you have a dedicated credit control team in house…




3 common late payment excuses and how to handle them

Learn how to deal with these three common late payment excuses efficiently to get paid quicker. If your client is constantly deflecting your requests for payment and you’re beginning to worry that your invoices are never going to get paid, it’s time to tackle the problem head-on. Before you make another phone call to chase…




6m Brits would pay for financial advice if it was cheaper

A study has found that almost 6m British adults would be willing to pay for financial advice if it was more affordable. As both households and businesses in the UK face a debt crisis, the results of a study suggest that many people are not getting access to the financial advice they require. The report,…




Rent arrears prevention tips for landlords

Landlords should protect their cashflow by putting processes in place to reduce the risk of tenants falling into rent arrears. When a tenant misses a rent payment or pays late, it can cause serious financial problems for their landlord. Late payments have a negative impact on landlords’ cash flow, which can cause problems with paying…




Should You Offer Your Late Paying Customer A Payment Plan?

In an ideal world all of our clients would pay us on time and in full. Unfortunately sometimes this isn’t the case for all sorts of reasons some of which may be legitimate while others are simply delaying tactics. Telling in the difference between the two can be hard but as a general rule you…