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Question: Fake it Until You Break It?

There’s a saying commonly bandied about in relation to small businesses that you should “fake it until you make it” which is implying that you should act bigger or better than you might otherwise appear to be, until that becomes a reality. However, this can rapidly backfire as you promise the world, and are left […]

Tips to Getting Paid Promptly

One of the worst issues some small business face, often in the early days when the business is just starting out revolves around cash flow. Even if projects can be found which are profitable, the expenditures occur prior to the customer paying resulting in negative cash flow most of the time, with large boosts of […]

Collecting Accounts Receivable

A while back, I wrote an article about Managing Accounts Receivable, focusing on management from the perspective of growth of a business. In today’s article, I’m going to discuss collections and getting paid for the work you’ve done. In order to give yourself the best possible chance of being able to collect, you need to […]

Managing Accounts Receivable

How can you expand your business and manage cash flow at the same time? There are a few options available.