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It's Your Money...So Get Paid!: Credit Management For Small Business

It's Your Money...So Get Paid!: Credit Management For Small Business (Paperback)

By Campbell, Julian
By Williams, Allan
By Tull, Phillip

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A practical and accessible guide to credit management for Australian small businesses. This fifth edition focuses on the challenges of getting paid when a business allows credit to customers for goods and or services sold.

ISBN 9780074712153
Barcode 9780074712153
Published 30 August 2002 by McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Format Paperback
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ISBN-13 9780074712153
ISBN-10 0074712152
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Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Imprint McGraw-Hill Education / Australia
Publication Date 30 August 2002
Publication Country Australia Australia
Format Paperback
Author(s) By Campbell, Julian
By Williams, Allan
By Tull, Phillip
Category Small Businesses & Self-Employed
Budgeting & Financial Management
Australian
Number of Pages 285
Dimensions Width: 67mm
Height: 93mm
Spine: 4mm
Weight 1g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
NBS Text Management & Business: General
ONIX Text Professional and scholarly
Dewey Code 658.15
Catalogue Code Not specified

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Description of this Book

A practical and accessible guide to credit management for Australian small businesses. This edition focuses on the challenges of getting paid when a business allows credit to customers for goods and or services sold. TIt's a staggering fact that one in five small business failures are directly attributable to the overuse of credit-specifically collections and bad debts. Effective credit management is critical to good business management. While making sales is important, it is not until you actually have the money in your bank account that you can pay your bills, pay your staff, buy new equipment, or even pay yourself! In It's Your Money... So Get Paid, Alan Williams and Julian Campbell guide you through the basics of setting up your credit management system and controlling the process. Written in the straightforward style that typifies the Big Ideas for Small Business series, it illustrates the process in an accessible and uncomplicated way. In Part 1, you will learn how giving credit can affect your business and determine if you can really afford to give credit. You will be able to develop a good credit management system and learn how to control it effectively to help your business prosper. Parts 2 and 3 are guides to actually developing your processes for approving credit and collecting your debts. You will learn how to establish your trading terms and conditions, prepare a credit application form, plan and manage your debt collection process and know how to obtain outside help.

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Author's Bio

Alan Williams was born into and grew up in a small business family, and has a lifetime of practical interest in small business. Since the late 1950s, that interest has developed into over 50 years of teaching, training, advising, consulting and researching small business. In 1970, Alan moved into university teaching at Curtin University in Western Australia after some years as a high school teacher in business studies. In 1977 he was appointed as Professor of Management at the University of Newcastle, a post he held until his retirement in 1994. During that period Alan served as Faculty Dean, MBA Course Coordinator and Foundation Head of the Department of Management.

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