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Unpaid invoices are more of a problem than many people realise. If unchecked, these can lead to financial loss, redundancies, or even bankruptcy. To discuss the issue, Liz Parsons – working with World First – looks into how to prevent these from ever occurring. It may be a key part…

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By Graham Crothers

Direct Debit, the simple and effective way for businesses to collect recurring payments from customers turned 50 recently. Used almost four billion times a year in the UK to collect recurring payments, it’s strange to think that this system was born out of the need to collect money from thousands…

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By Adam D

Small businesses are now the main targets of would-be cyber criminals and fraudsters. A recent survey of recorded data breaches in 2014 revealed a worrying fact: 86% of the targets were small businesses. As these breaches become more commonplace, big corporations have begun ploughing money into cyber-protection in order to adhere…

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By Adam D

It’s that time of the year again, folks. Ever since Amazon decreed that the Friday after Thanksgiving should be an official annual shopping event in the distinctly un-Thanksgiving-y UK, businesses (us included) have been keen to offer attractive flash deals to consumers over a 24 hour period (longer if you…

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By Adam D

Giving your customers the nudge they need so you don’t have to It’s happening to an increasing number of businesses, every year: overdue payments leading to constant chasing, wasted time, unbalanced finances and increasingly frosty relationships. As we mentioned in a recent blog post, a survey carried out by our parent…

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By Adam D

In a recent blog post, we touched upon some of the features KashFlow provides to help boost the credit control of your business. Today, we’ll expand upon the most effective of those features: KashFlow Payments. Simplifying the payment process This autumn we introduced our brand new Payments tab – a…

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