This blog goes into debt concerns for the sport industry and refers to Football subscription debts for television rights amongst over aspects
Credit control services help to ease the pressure of late payments and done professionally can ensure a good relationship is maintained between all parties. Daniels Silverman acts on behalf of companies to send friendly reminders for all outstanding invoices and ensure there is an open line of communication for your clients should there be any queries.
This blog covers the main things to consider when opening a credit account with a client for your services. What do you need to know and how to not get caught out.
Reclaiming debt is not easy; a lot of business owners don’t like to ‘harass’ their clients. We understand through years of client experience, how it feels to run a business and the hardships that are attached to it. We like to think of it as bringing both parties to the table and mediating to an agreed closure.
In this blog we cover GDPR and not letting it being a barrier for business. We cover legitimate interest and contract positions.
In this blog we talk about unfair payment practices which can impact any business in the construction industry, however the impact is greatest on the smaller businesses and sub-contractors who don’t have dedicated credit controllers, or the time and resources, to do something about them.
In this blog we discuss that sometimes things in business happen and there might be a genuine reason as to why your customers have been unable to pay for services rendered. Sometimes, once you take the time to ascertain why they cannot pay, the solution is easily fixed.
In this blog after speaking to our Credit Control department, who run a white labelled credit control service for some of our clients. We put together their view on the process and advise on how to improve your credit control.
In this blog we talk about how graduates in England are leaving university with the highest debts in the developed world, thanks to a combination of tuition fees, studying and maintenance grants being replaced by loans. The average student will now finish their studies with a debt of more than £50,000.