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Communications: The Virtual Backbone of Your Business

Good day and welcome to my blog spot! That simple opening can help set the tone for whatever your message is to follow. I could just have easily opened with: You can permanently damage your eyes by staring at the sun for a minute and a half. My opening was a bit more casual and […]

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Leadership: A Vote of Confidence

Whether your professional life resides in an Accounts Receivable atmosphere or not, leadership is critical. A common misconception about collections or accounts receivable is that it’s strictly all about the numbers. While on the surface it may look like that, the reality is that leadership and communications experts are at work and the byproduct is […]

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Adaptability in an Ever-Changing Financial Services Landscape

Good day and greetings from the Financial Services area. For those who have read my previous blog entries, I would like to communicate a warm thank you and I hope to keep engaging your interest. Even though I post under the category of Financial Services, I try to find a balance between business sensibilities but […]

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Accounts Receivable Specialist as a Career. How Did I Get Here?

When I grow up I want to be an accounts receivable specialist…said no child ever. If you would cruise through career day at any number of schools, you would be hard pressed to find any child who even remotely knew what the accounts receivable concept was. So how does someone go from: I want to […]

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Accounts Receivable – A Resolution Process Necessity

Good day and welcome to my blog. Each and every company who has a customer base has a need for accounts receivable/collections personnel. For smaller companies, one person may wear many hats including the accounts receivable or collections department hat. For any business transaction that is not completed (paid) immediately, there is a follow-up process.

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