Accounts Receivable Collection Service

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Accounts Receivable

Get paid faster, reduce bad debt losses and save time without making collection calls and sending emails all day. It’s work to get paid on time – work that many small business owners just don’t have the time, resources or the patience for. We’re here to help.

Benefits of Outsourcing Your Accounts Receivable Collections

Reduce Past Due Accounts Receivable

Inability to collect outstanding accounts receivable for any reason can create serious consequences, particularly for small business owners. Internal staff may avoid this work, and often don’t have the skills required, to stay on top of all the tasks that need to be completed to collect a late invoice.

Outsourcing accounts receivable collections to a reliable collection service will ensure your collect more of your accounts receivable faster.

Improve Cash Flow

Outsourcing your accounts receivable collections allows you to concentrate on priority tasks that directly lead to increases in sales, decreased costs and improved cash flow. The more you collect and the faster you collect it, the more cash you have available for use in the business.

Lower DSO (Days Sales Outstanding)

Outsourcing your account receivable collections will enable you to reduce the number of days outstanding from overdue invoices. The lower your DSO the better for cash flow and general business health.

Early collection of accounts receivable translates to increased profits, and improved cash flow – that’s where the rubber meets the road when it comes to growing your business.

Save Time and Increase Productivity

Free yourself, and your employees to do your most productive work including sales, marketing, strategic planning and other priority tasks. You take care of your business, while we bring your CA$H IN. We do the grunt work you reap the benefits.

Reduce Management Burdens

Eliminate training loads. Our accounts receivable collections managers are experienced and effective. Our ongoing internal training and review programs moves the training and management burden from your office to ours.

No Long Term Commitment

Our accounts receivable collection services as well as our back office support services are offered on a month-to-month basis – no long term contract required. For smaller customers with less consistent needs we offer our activities packages. You can purchase a package of activities and use them as you need them. Pre-paid activities never expire.

Keep Customers Happy

Eliminate conflicts and ill will caused by the use of inexperienced or overly aggressive employees as collectors. CA$H IN account managers are professional, experienced and courteous.

About Us

Serving Small Business Since 1990

Since 1990 we’ve been helping small business owners and busy professionals get paid faster WITHOUT the grief and headaches. Working with dozens of small business owners in over 40 industries for the last 30 years we’ve learned what works and what doesn’t work in accounts receivable collections for small business and for busy professionals.

Whether you need temporary seasonal assistance, part time help or a complete accounts receivable outsourcing solution, our unique and proprietary accounts receivable collections system will work for you. It’s been tested and proven in the field for over 30 years, AND it can be customized to meet your special needs. Our accounts receivable collections solutions are simple and cost effective, but most importantly they work! There are no long term contracts; you use us when you need us.

Call 800-201-CA$H (2274) NOW, you won’t reach voice mail during regular business hours because we answer the phone!

Let’s get your money back into your pocket where it belongs!


Should I consider using an automated system for my accounts receivable collection service?

Automation has a place in every good system even accounts receivable collections. But not every aspect of the process of collecting accounts receivable can be automated. After all of your automations have been completed any invoices left unpaid will probably require a personal contact.

What is the best accounts receivable collection service?

Naturally we think we’re the best:) Our services are customized to meet your unique needs. We’re not for everyone but when we’re a match it works seamlessly and effectively. Our success rate is over 92%, we’ll help you not only collect your open invoices faster and without any hassle – we’ll do it efficiently, professionally and with a smile.

Are accounts receivable collections and bad debt collections the same thing?

No, accounts receivable collections and bad debt collections are not the same thing. Accounts receivable are the monies owed to a company for services rendered or for product shipped on credit. In other words not paid for at the time the service was rendered or the product was shipped.

Any business that offers terms will have accounts receivable, typically in the form of invoices. Whether or not those accounts receivable invoices require collection activity depends on a number of factors. Generally speaking once an invoice exceeds terms, whether those terms are net 10 days or net 30 days or longer, they are considered to be delinquent accounts and collection activity should begin. However these past due invoices are still not bad debt.

Bad debt collection occurs when receivables collections efforts have failed. It is at this stage that you might have to consider investigating bad debt collection agencies.

Is a customer who owes me money a debtor?

Not necessarily. According to Investopedia, and Wikipedia a customer who owes you money is a debtor. However, we believe the Merriam-Webster definition to be more accurate. It states “The meaning of debtor is one guilty of neglect or violation of duty.”

When your customer fails to pay his/her past-due account within a reasonable amount of time, and after you’ve attempted to both collect the balance and resolve any issues your customer may have, he becomes a debtor. When you believe you’ve exhausted your attempts at collection and are considering or have used a contingency or flat-fee collection agency – your customer has become a debtor.

How much does it cost to set up and maintain this kind of accounts receivable management service?

At Cash In we have programs for everything from the occasional collection problem to ongoing daily collection work. You can check out our plans and pricing page for an estimate of charges here.

How do I get started?

It’s best if we start with a conversation so you can tell us what you need and we can determine which of our programs will best meet that need. To schedule a 15 minute call you can set up a time here or just give us a call at 800-201-CA$H (2274) ask for Vienna at extension 110.


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