Kevin M Bischoff

Best Practices in Keeping Accounts Receivable from Default

Many businesses allow their customers to purchase goods and services on issued credit. Rather than requiring cash up front, the business will ultimately allow the customer to pick up the goods or acquire said services without paying first. Instead, the business will invoice the customer after the fact, and hope that payment will then be …

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You Have a Judgment…Now What?

A debtor owed you money so your business sued—successfully. Now you have a judgment against them. Now what? Now comes the work of collecting whatever the court deemed yours. This is because contrary to popular belief, a judgment doesn’t actually ensure payment. Instead, think of it as a warrant to pursue collection. In many cases …

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Writ of Garnishment: A Creditor’s Collection Tool

For anyone who’s ever watched an invoice go unpaid or had difficulty collecting money owed them, a Writ of Garnishment is a powerful tool in ensuring full payment—especially when the debtor is dragging their feet. The process begins when, armed with an attorney, the creditor approaches the court with the complaint and evidence in support …

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Small Claims for Small Business

Ellie owns a small flower shop in Salt Lake City. In addition to the regular individual customers who paid cash for their flowers, Ellie had several customers who bought their flowers on open accounts. This system of credit purchases worked quite well for Ellie and her shop. However, she had one client, Reese, who had …

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