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To Sue or Not to Sue? That Is the Question

There comes a time in all accounts receivable professionals’ careers whey they come across a truly challenging overdue account. Whether there is a dispute, or the customer flatly refuses to pay. Everyone in an accounting department has dealt with it. The question that many of them are torn over is whether or not to pursue legal action against their customer. The goal of this blog is to help you answer that question by helping you make an informed decision. When deciding on pursuing legal action over an overdue account you should first answer these five questions. Have I exhausted regular collections methods?...

To Sue or Not to Sue? That Is the Question

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