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Keep in mind the payment dates for due invoices

You receive an invoice, it has a payment date that’s not today, and you put it away. I’m pretty confident that if the invoice had today’s date, it would get your attention for a bit longer, for as long as it takes to pay it. Note that there’s nothing wrong with it being put aside […]

What if I don’t get an invoice from my supplier?

Every so often it may happen that getting an invoice from your supplier isn’t all that easy. The reasons may vary – technical problems with issuing the invoice, problems with calculating the prices and so on. They may have promised to send you the invoice on a said day, but as it happens, it’s late […]

Paying invoices partially

Generally speaking, partial payments are always allowed unless stated clearly otherwise on the invoice. Now, the question is if and why you’d do it? It totally makes sense to pay invoices in full on time so why would someone pay parts of the total sum on different days? (more…)

To pay bills on due time or a bit earlier?

It’s always a good question. First off however, let me clarify that paying your bills after the due date is not a good choice because if it happens once, it’s not a big deal, but in case it’s becoming a habit, it does not send a good message to your suppliers and they may either […]