Late payments and insolvencies are responsible for hundreds of SME failures every year. Businesses are taking steps to better protect themselves from damaging late payments and credit checking is becoming a non-negotiable feature of client relationships. At Commercial Domestic Investigations, we offer a range of services to help your business with credit control, including a…

Christmas is a time for festive cheer and goodwill, unfortunately, many UK businesses face the doom and gloom of late payments this year. While late payments cause problems all year round, it is around the festive period that things can spiral out of control. At Commercial Domestic Investigations, we wanted to share some tips so…

An invoice is one of the most powerful credit management tools at your disposal. An invoice is a document responsible for your business getting paid. With late payments being a major problem for UK SME’s, it is crucial that the invoices you are sending out are effective. The goal is to get paid on-time with…

Once September comes around we seem to fly through October and November and then all of a sudden, in the blink of an eye, it’s Christmas and you’ve only done 70% of what you had planned. We find our companies descending into holiday chaos, staff are getting into the festive spirit, productivity seems to dip…

We cannot stress this enough; stable cash flow plays a vital part in the success of your business. Poor cash flow may mean that you can’t pay your suppliers, this can damage your reputation and your relationships. A poor cash flow can hamper your business’s ability to grow and potentially means that you will have…

Halloween is a time where people are scared by ghosts, witches and zombies but for many businesses, it’s late payments and unstable cash flow that cause the real fright. While risk in business is unavoidable, a credit check can help you to manage and even prevent unexpected scares. Overdue and missed payments are an inevitable…

If you are considering extending a line of credit to your customers, you need to be sure that you are not damaging your own cash flow and risking your business. It is important that you do your due diligence on a client before entering into a credit agreement to make sure that they will be…

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