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Six Best Practice Account Payable Tips for a Smoother Cash Flow

Watching the cash balance is one of the most frequent activities of a small business owner. Besides making sure you have enough cash for payroll and bills, there is another huge opportunity you can benefit from: lowering the cost of processing your bills. It can be expensive and time-consuming to process bills and handle the paperwork involved. We’ll take a look at a few of the many ways you can streamline your accounts payable processing costs in this article. Continue reading

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Speed Up Your Receivables – A Quick, 5-Item A/R Best Practice Checklist

Technology has allowed businesses to make substantial improvements in their customer invoicing processes. The good news is that when you implement these technologies, you will almost always get paid much faster. Here are five areas to rate your own invoicing process. Continue reading

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Speed Up Receivables Using Intuit Payment Network

Slow customer payments is a common issue for many businesses. One way to address that problem is to make it easy for your customers to pay you. The complaint I hear from some is they don’t want the fees associated with credit cards. With the Intuit Payment Network, your customers can pay you electronically (via ACH) and your cost is only 50 cents per payment instead of a percent of the total amount! Continue reading

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Get Paid Faster and Reduce Bank Fees

I’m like every business – I like to get paid quickly. So, like other businesses, I try to make paying me as easy as possible. I was slow to accept credit cards because of the fees. Not only do banks often charge a monthly fee, but the bank also takes a percent of the sale, and depending on the provider, there can be other fees as well. If I wanted to let clients pay me online (whatever is easiest for them), I had to accept credit cards. Now, just like most businesses that accept credit cards, I accept those fees as a part of the cost of doing business. Continue reading

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