Claims against defaulting debtors double
Tuesday, August 4, 2009/
Keeping a tight control over your debtor ledger is crucial to surviving these times.
If a customer who usually pays in 45 days starts to drift out to 60, you need to be asking the question as to why that is (there is always a reason).
Spreading your risk over a number of customers is a great way to mitigate risk. Stress testing your company’s resilience to a bad debt is also a good way to get around it.
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