Commercial Domestic Investigations understand that as a small company owner,  it is in your best interests to chase late payments to avoid accruing bad debt. Should your company be deprived of revenue, you could find it hard to fund operations, limiting growth potential. A new study has shown Commercial Domestic Investigations that a majority of…

If you are a sole trader, it is crucial that you chase down unpaid invoices. Failing to pursue this strategy will force you to deal with bad debt. This can depriving your company of the cash it requires to support operations day-to-day. Commercial Domestic Investigations has learned that abandoned late payments are a real problem…

As a UK-based small business owner, it is key that you deal with unpaid invoices. A poll carried out by Xero indicates that small company heads spend 10% of their working days chasing down late payments, waiting 14 days past the invoice due date on average to receive the funds they are owed. Recovering late…

As a small business owner, it is key that you ensure your clients pay on time, so you have the steady stream of capital needed to support operations. In order to ensure clients settle invoices promptly, learn how to write invoices, so they have no excuse to delay payment. Commercial Domestic Investigations asks: what should…

If your clients refuse to settle their invoices, it is important that you plug the cash flow gap, so you have the money required to support your company’s day-to-day operations. Increasingly, new research has shown the Commercial Domestic Investigations team that UK small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are turning to ‘invoice finance’ to shore up…

Here at Commercial Domestic Investigations, we understand that late payments are a significant issue for small businesses across the UK. If clients fail to meet invoices within the specified time frame, you cannot develop the healthy cash flow required to support operations and grow. It is critical that you make sure clients pay you on…

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