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Guide to automated payments and cash collection

Getting paid on time is an ongoing challenge for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). In this guide, we walk you through three automated payment options, and explain the key advantages (and disadvantages) of each as a cash collection method.

1 min readPayments

FAQ Friday – What’s the difference between ‘push’ and ‘pull’ payments?

Choosing a push or pull payment method can hugely impact payment collection.

PDFPayments

A practical guide to increasing your fees

From setting your goals to streamlining your quoting process and profiling your clients – here's our seven step guide to a successful fee increase for Australian firms.

2 min readPayments

5 reasons to start taking payments by Direct Debit

Many businesses choose to automate payment collection through Direct Debit: but what exactly is the benefit?

PDFCash flow

What I wish I had known: Cash flow edition

Poor cash flow is responsible for almost half of small business insolvencies in Australia. In this guide, we ask small business leaders to tell us how they took control of cash flow, and what lessons they learned along the way.

3 min readCash flow

6 reasons to integrate GoCardless with your fitness software

From reducing admin to providing a better customer experience, here are the 6 most important reasons to integrate GoCardless with your existing software.

3 min readCash flow

How to stop wasting time on cash collection: Five hacks for SMB owners

Sending out invoices, collecting payments and reconciling cash are time consuming tasks – costing SMBs 120 hours a year. In this guide, we’ve highlighted 5 hacks to help your cash collection process run more efficiently.

3 min readCash flow

10 important questions to ask when choosing a Direct Debit provider

Are you using Direct Debit as a fast, efficient, low-cost method to collect regular fees, subscriptions or one-off payments from your customers? Or considering adding Direct Debit to your payments mix?

PDFCash flow

Getting paid on time: Free e-Guide for SMBs

The ultimate guide to getting paid on time for SMBs in Australia. We guide you through practical, low-cost, high-impact tactics that will reduce your average payment times and debtor days.

3 min readAccountants

5 steps to healthy cash flow for you and your clients

For accountants, getting to grips with cash flow allows you to lead by example and become a trusted adviser to your clients. In this guide we take you through 5 steps to healthy cash flow for you and your clients.

3 min readCash flow

Tried and tested tips to boost your company’s cash flow

Top tips for achieving cash flow health – a guide for Australian SMBs.

PDFAccountants

How to become a cash flow guru – a guide for Australian accountants

5 steps to healthier cash flow for you and your clients

PDFCash flow

Getting paid on time: Free e-Guide for agencies

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

PDFAccountants

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.

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GoCardless (company registration number 07495895) is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2017, registration number 597190, for the provision of payment services. GoCardless SAS (23-25 Avenue Mac-Mahon, Paris, 75017, France), an affiliate of GoCardless Ltd (company registration number 834 422 180, R.C.S. PARIS), is authorised by the ACPR (French Prudential Supervision and Resolution Authority), Bank Code (CIB) 17118, for the provision of payment services.