Too many landlords and property owners have experienced nightmare tenants in one way or another. Whether they skip rent or destroy property (or both), they always end up accumulating astounding debt… that of which never gets returned. When the time comes to find and confront them about the money owed,… Read More »How to Find and Collect From A Rental Tenant That Moved Out
Southwest Recovery Services has been featured on CFO Tech Outlook Top 10 Accounts Receivable 2019 CFO Tech Outlook, a print technology magazine that provides knowledge network to a large group audience by helping them enhance their business, has recognized Southwest Recovery Services for our advanced AI technology and machine learning capabilities, as well as… Read More »CFO Tech Outlook Top 10 Accounts Receivable 2019
Debt collector services typically operate as part of the private sector, but they also hold value for municipal collections. To illustrate, look no further than your city’s water accounts. A city of 100,000 people may have anywhere from 40,000-45,000 metered accounts. Yet that same city will only have around 1,000… Read More »How a Debt Collector Makes Government More Efficient
In healthcare, revenue cycle management (RCM) is a term that refers to the handling of claims through every part of the medical billing process. Outsourcing RCM is an increasingly popular practice among healthcare providers who are strapped for time and overburdened by regulation. In fact, one recent client experience poll… Read More »Why Outsourcing RCM May Be the Best Option for Your Business
A 2010 report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) found that of the $150 billion in debt sent to collection agencies, only $40 billion was recovered. There’s a pretty good reason for this, and it all starts with who you choose as your arbitrator. All successful debt recovery requires… Read More »What Should You Look for in an Arbitrator?
Cash flow problems can cut to the heart of any business. Case-in-point, a U.S. Bank study recently found that 82 percent of small businesses in the United States fail because of issues related to cash flow. And one of the biggest drivers of this is a client not paying on… Read More »8 Businesses That Suffer Cash Flow Problems: Is Yours One?
Debt negotiation can be a hard pill to swallow if you’re on the business side of it. After all, you have a legal right (and a financial need) to the funds that are owed. So why should you settle for anything less? To put the answer for this in perspective,… Read More »When Is Debt Negotiation My Best Recovery Option?
Young businesses often operate blindly with regard to cash flow. They don’t give it enough thought, instead seeing only revenue and expenses. As long as the R’s outpace the E’s, everything should be fine — or so goes the thought pattern. Why Cash Flow Matters If they haven’t done the… Read More »Why Cash Flow Is So Important, and How an Agency Can Help
Unpaid debt is a massive problem in the United States, not only for consumers but businesses as well. Debt settlement is the act of accepting less than what a client or customer owes to get delinquent accounts off the books and generate some form of compensation you otherwise wouldn’t receive.… Read More »How Debt Settlement Works, and When It’s Good for Your Business
Nothing grinds the progress of a new business to a stop quicker than cash flow problems. You can’t function if you’re not getting paid, no matter how much “business” you’re actually doing. Fortunately, there are ways you can get out in front of issues or address them promptly so they… Read More »How to Get Out of Cash Flow Problems