CLIENT CONNECTION NEWSLETTERS
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Selected Highlights From a Decade of Accounts Receivable E-Blasts!
Actions Speak Louder Than Words:
Confronting Common Mistakes in Managing A/R
Overcoming the Hurdle of Attorney Complacency
Complacency. When it comes to accounts receivable management, this is often one of the biggest challenges for law firms.
Accounts Receivable: It’s Not Just a Fourth Quarter Thing
Well-managed law firms need to recognize that accounts receivable management is a year-round effort.
In One Ear and Out the Other: When Managing Receivables, Sometimes You Hear Only What You Want to Hear
Many law firms are missing the message as it relates to managing and collecting their receivables timely. Learn more.
What’s That Elephant in the Room?? It’s Your Firm’s Ageing A/R, Sitting There Doing Nothing
Time starts to creep up on every firm, but the fact remains: that elephant needs to be turned into cash.
Don’t Send Your Clients the Wrong Message by Not Having an Effective A/R Management Program in Place
Put a little more harshly, the reason why law firms need a strong accounts receivable management program early in the ageing process is to prevent a domino effect of self-inflicted pain, which firms so often put themselves through by letting receivables age without having effective, results-oriented procedures in place to collect receivables promptly.
Stop Making Assumptions and Start Asking Questions About Your Firm’s A/R Management Efforts to Help Find the Right Answers
Let’s start by going beyond false assumptions. Let’s ask questions we need to answer – because you know what happens when you assume…
Are Your Accounts Receivable a Problem for Your Law Firm? Or Are They an Opportunity?
Being proactive with your accounts receivable management program to enhance revenue.
Autumn Is Upon Us. Do You Feel The Chill In The Air?
Following are 10 steps to take to help ward off that chill and make this a profitable year.
Client Connection Answers 7 of Your Most Pressing Questions about Accounts Receivable Management at Year-End
Don’t look now, but year-end is rapidly creeping up on you and your law firm.
Collection Software: Are We There Yet?
Navigating the Often-Bumpy Road to Software That Really Addresses Law Firms’ Collection Needs
Dog Days of Summer? Not For Long.
Tips to Help Improve Your Outstanding A/R NOW and Through Year-End
Don’t Underestimate the Need for a Strong Accounts Receivable Management Program in 2013
Start actually managing your receivables rather than simply expecting payments to be made.
Facing Up To a Tougher Fourth Quarter Than Expected
Law firms are beginning to react to the adverse economic trends. Many firms are beginning to evaluate how they plan to meet year-end budget.
Getting Your Arms Around Your Firm’s Receivables – Better Now Than Later
Law firms should have a sense of urgency to shorten their collection cycle.
Grabbing the Reins: Taking Charge of Accounts Receivable Management
Much of the success of receivable management efforts is dependent on the direction from firm leadership itself.
Growing Old Gracefully: Breathing New Life Into Ageing Receivables
Receivables management is just as much a function of practice management.
Halfway Through the Year: Is Your Accounts Receivable Management Plate Half Empty or Half Full?
Developing strong, effective techniques to deal with ageing accounts can be a major factor in helping your law firm meet its financial goals
Have You Chosen the Right Player to Manage Your Receivables?
You can look at your law firm’s accounts receivable program in one of two ways.
How Far We’ve Come — How Far We Have To Go
Many firms still suffer from a backlog of receivables they are not collecting and are simply not doing enough to reduce these problems.
How Is It Going?
Client Connection Assesses Law Firms’ Accounts Receivable Management Progress
If You Don’t Ask the Right Questions, How Can You Expect to Get the Right Answers?
Now is the right time to do a candid self-assessment to judge your firm’s attitudes.
It’s A Rough Road Ahead. Are You Prepared For The Ride?
Managing Accounts Receivable in a Spiraling Economy
It’s February, Do You Know Where Your Receivables Are?
Oh, all right. We‘ll start dealing with our receivables now. What should we be doing?
It’s September. We’d Like To Be The First To Wish You a Merry Christmas and Happy Hannukah and a Happy New Year
Read 11 steps to take to help make this a profitable year and to let you celebrate the new year in good cheer.
Looking For That Special Someone?
Avoiding the Pitfalls and Making the Most of Your Manage
Managing Receivables: Pursue Them or Accrue Them
Receivable problems occur even before the work begins because of poor communication with the client.
Not My Job: How Law Firms Give Responsibility – Or Fail to Give Responsibility – for Accounts Receivable Management
Ask many law firms, and they will tell you that it is the attorneys’ job to contact their clients.
One Foot In and One Foot Out: Why Your Law Firm Needs to Jump Into the Water With Its A/R Management Strategy
Why Your Law Firm Needs to Jump Into the Water With Its A/R Management Strategy
Take Decisive Action Before Summer Breezes Take on Autumn’s Chill
The summer months are the ideal time to focus on the challenges you are facing with your accounts receivable.
Talk is Cheap: What Is Your Firm Actually Doing to Improve Its Accounts Receivable Management?
Law firm management can talk all it wants about policies, procedures and infrastructure. But results are what matters.
The 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions about Accounts Receivable Management
We have compiled a list of the questions we hear most frequently from law firms, and offer our answers.
The 11 Biggest Mistakes Law Firms Make in Managing Receivables – And How to Avoid Them
Discover 11 common mistakes – and the reality behind them
The Perils of Old Age
Facing Up To Receivables That Have Gone Beyond Aging, and Are Just Plain Old
When Bad Things Happen To Good Law Firms
8 Mistakes in Managing Accounts Receivable During the More Challenging Year Ahead — and 8 Solution