Small Business Tips

7 Ways to Make Sure You Get Paid For Your Services

Get Paid for Your Services Faster and Know that it’s Not as Difficult as you may Think

Get paid for your services and move on to the next client. Many of us have been ripped off in the past. I can honestly say, I have only had it happen to me twice in 18 years but advanced technology should certainly make it easier for us to get our money these days. There is NOTHING worse than completing the work then being lied to and misled about the check being in the mail etc. The worst part is like a fool you are waiting for the mailman for a check that the client KNOWS is not coming. You can save yourself from all of this by doing a few simple things. First: Always have high esteem when it comes to your business. By high esteem I’m not saying “Arrogance” I mean believe in your business, KNOW your VALUE and have an appreciation for what you do. If you show signs of weakness potential clients can see that and they will take advantage.  Here are 5 tips to collect your money in a timely fashion without chasing the cash.

Ask for the Money Up Front

Get paid for your servicesThis is simply the best way to do it, however, you can’t blame them if they are suspicious and wonder if they will get what they have paid for. Nevertheless, that’s not for you to worry about, IF they came to you. If you go to them, then this method may or may not work. Imagine you ask someone to support your business then give you the money before you do the work, that’s kind of an insult and it looks like you are desperate for money. Treat each situation accordingly

Offer a Discount if they Pay Up Front

Get paid for your services

I would not give them more than a 20% discount. Keep in mind whatever you offer them is what they are going to expect each time


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