Billing

15 Advantages of Using an Online Invoicing Software

Scaling your business may sound impossible, but one of the first places to start is with your billing.

Due

· 9 min read

8 Tips for Setting Up a Killer Invoicing System That Always Gets You Paid

A polite but insistent invoicing systems gets you paid sooner and with less hassle.

John Rampton

· 8 min read

Set Your Consulting Fees Using These 5 Tried-and-True Methods

Project rate? Hourly rate? Which one will work for you?

Doug and Polly White

· 5 min read

15 Mistakes Businesses Make When Billing Their Customers

Although billing your customers is not the most fun task, it is a necessary one.

Due

· 7 min read

20 Online Invoice Solutions That Offer More Than Just Invoicing

Collecting what you are owed is maybe the least pleasant, and most important, task confronting entrepreneurs.

Peter Daisyme

· 9 min read

The 5 Worst Cash-Flow Mistakes Small-Business Owners Make

Cash flow is one of the greatest challenges of business ownership. How's yours?

Jared Hecht

· 7 min read

12 Billing Mistakes That Make It Harder for Your Business to Get Paid

A little effort upfront to get your invoices right often results in much more reliable cash flow.

John Rampton

· 5 min read

Clients on Retainer: How Good Business Can Go Bad

Regular, expected work and payments are a fine thing -- until they're not.

Geoff Mcqueen

· 6 min read

5 Surefire Ways to Get Clients to Pay on Time

Simplify the way you bill and collect funds from your company's customers.

René Lacerte

· 4 min read

Larry King's 8 Ways to Make Your Cash Flow Bulletproof

No matter if you own a huge corporation or you're the head of a one-man show, running out of money is the top way for businesses to go under. Follow these simple practices on a daily basis.

Larry King

· 6 min read

7 Simple Steps to Take for a Successful 2015

Fall is the time to plan ahead so you can launch the New Year as a profitable one.

Stacey Alcorn

· 5 min read

How to Determine What You Should Charge Customers

Ask these five questions to get a better sense of how much you should be charging.

Dorie Clark

· 4 min read