Reasons Clients Don’t Pay On Time

Published September 07, 2017

Creating and maintaining consistent cash flow in an accounting firm is an ongoing effort, from initial client engagement to following up with past-due accounts. Determining the ‘why’ when your clients don’t pay on time can reveal where and how you need to improve your internal processes in order to improve cash flow.

  1. The client has a genuine dispute
  2. They are just busy or overwhelmed
  3. They are disorganized
  4. The client doesnt have enough money to pay the account
  5. The lcient is unconcerned
  6. The client is dishonest

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