Getting paid on time: Free e-Guide for accountants

The ultimate guide to getting paid on time for SME accountancy firms. We guide you through 5 practical, low-cost, high-impact tactics that will reduce your firm's average payment times and debtor days.


Getting paid on time - guide for accountants

The UK’s late payment culture is hitting both your firm’s cash flow position and the ability of your SME clients to pay you. New research has found that:

  • The average professional service firm is owed £54k in late payments
  • 58% of UK SMEs believe late payments are putting their business at risk of failure
It’s time to stand up to late payments. Download our guide to getting paid on time, for 5 simple but impactful tactics that will reduce your firm’s average payment times and debtor days - and significantly cut your payments admin.

From pricing structures and payment terms to cash flow tracking and tech stack, find out what has worked for industry peers and get a practical blueprint for fast payment and positive cash flow.





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