Do You Have Direct Debits and Online Payments Set Up for Your Business?
The Finlay-Mulligan & Co Accountants team understand from working with businesses that having the correct online payments and direct debit procedures in place is essential in the modern market. Do you have direct debits and online payments set up for your business? Making it easy for your customers to pay you is vital to business success. Getting direct debits and alternative payment methods linked to your business is so easy these days there’s no excuse not to give your customers multiple ways of making payment.
Many service-based businesses choose direct debit arrangements with their clients to avoid late payment. If you’re often chasing overdue payments, consider implementing direct debit arrangements to reduce your administration time. Follow these tips from the Finlay-Mulligan & Co Accountants team to make online payments easier for your clients.
Make it Easy
You probably already have bank transfer information set up, but adding several other methods such as PayPal, debit cards, and credit cards allows customers to choose the method most convenient for them at the time. Many customers appreciate the automation and simplicity of direct debits. Make sure your payment terms and conditions are clear on your website and invoices and don’t forget to include all your chosen payment methods for customers!
Better Transaction Recording
When you integrate direct debits and online payment methods with your accounting system, you dramatically reduce errors in recording customer payments – which means less time spent on your accounts!
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