By Jennifer Barnes, Founder & CEO
As a business owner, you know that accounts receivable (AR) is money owed to a business by its customers. When you extend credit to a customer for the purchase of goods or services, the balance owed is recorded in your general ledger AR account as future cash receipts. So, what happens when customers don’t pay on time? How can you prevent late payments from putting your business at risk?
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