5 Accounts Receivable Collections Best Practices

The sooner your company gets paid, the sooner you’re able to pay your own bills or invest in new business opportunities.

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Be Careful About Extending Credit To Just Anyone

All business owners have their sights set on growing small businesses into big ones. To do that, they need to lock down as many customers and drive as many sales as they possibly can.

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4 Ways to Improve Your Receivables Performance

Running a successful and balanced accounts receivable department can be a tall order. In fact, many companies feel helpless when it comes to collecting payments on time. This is due to the fact that more than one out of every three invoices an average business sends out are paid late.

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What Is An Aged Trial Balance Report?

An aged trial balance (ATB) report contains much of the same data as the accounts receivable (AR) aging report with two primary differences: what the data intends to accomplish and how timing affects what data is displayed. One report isn’t better than the other; it is a matter of the information you need and your goals for the report.

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What Is an AR Aging Report and How Does It Benefit Your Business?

The accounts receivable (AR) aging report is a critical tracking mechanism for cash flow planning. A basic AR aging report features total owed by client and then a breakdown into aging categories (30-60 days, 60-90 days, etc.) It’s a snapshot of which clients are in good standing and which are delinquent on their bills.

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3 Ways to Reduce Your Average Days Delinquent

No matter how nice they might look on your balance sheet, you can’t grow your business with unpaid invoices.

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YayPay Distinguished as a Top User Experience Platform for Accounts Receivable Software

FinancesOnline.com Recognizes YayPay with Its
2017 Great User Experience and Rising Star Awards

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YayPay Hires Executives to Accelerate Growth and Develop Product

YayPay Welcomes Patrick Falle as Chief Revenue Officer and Nicole Dwyer as Chief Product Officer

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