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Tips from the Trenches: Get Your Clients to Pay Up

Meryl Evans at Web Worker Daily asks, “Do you worry about chasing down payments because you don’t want to get into a touchy situation with your clients? Just because the client hasn’t paid in a timely manner doesn’t mean you … Continue reading

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How to make your Collection Letters work!

Some tips for making your forms “work”: • Speak in simple terms, rather than big words and legal “jargon” if you can avoid it • Don’t ramble on or repeat yourself. • Make sure after reading the notice or form, … Continue reading

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Effective Contracts for your Business

When I write a contract or need to sign one and don’t have the funds to hire an attorney to look it over I do a few different things. Being willing to negotiate on a line item is important, and … Continue reading

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