By norlinglaw

Right now, debtors are holding their cash tight. Creditors are not being paid in the same way they were.

There are only two reasons debtors don’t pay. Either they can’t pay, or they won’t pay.

Here, we address how to ascertain which category your debtors are in and how to deal with each category.

In this video, Brent discusses the strategies to deal with each category in order to get paid.

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