5 End of Year Tasks for your Business

Posted: Dec 19

  The end of the year always brings some predictable events. You know that magazines and websites will be releasing their lists of “best movies” or “most memorable events.” You know that car dealers and other large item retailers will be trying to sell off expensive merchandise. You know payroll departments will be preparing to Read full post >

5 Clients We’re Thankful For

Posted: Nov 29

The end of the year is a hectic time for most businesses. I’ve always appreciated Thanksgiving as a time to pause before things get more intense. At The Kaplan Group, we love all of our clients, but we especially appreciate the clients that make our jobs just a little bit easier. These aren’t necessarily the Read full post >

When Unpaid Invoices Force You to Fire a Client

Posted: Sep 20

  In our last blog post we talked about how to make sure you get paid even after you fire a client. For the most part we focused on what happens when you terminate the relationship because they are no longer a good fit for your company. Another common reason for termination is that the Read full post >

Getting Paid When You Fire A Client

Posted: Sep 13

  Just like newlyweds who never imagine divorce, when you first start a relationship with a new client you probably don’t expect to one day be firing him or her. But, it happens and just like with divorce, hurt feelings, misunderstandings, and embarrassment can often get in the way of legalities. Every situation is different, Read full post >

The Kaplan Group’s 3rd Annual $1,000 Scholarship Awarded

Posted: Aug 26

  We are excited to announce that The Kaplan Group’s 3rd Annual $1,000 Scholarship has been awarded to Audriana Rodriguez, a senior at Florida International University! Three years ago, The Kaplan Group, a commercial collection agency, created the annual scholarship hoping to encourage young students of today to consider pursuit of a career in the Read full post >

Warning Signs of Business Collection Problems

Posted: Feb 9

There are typically signs beforehand that a customer is in financial trouble. Your entire organization should be trained to spot these red flags long before those customers hit 90 days past due. Often times your sales or service teams will be in a better position to spot these problems than your finance or credit teams, so this Read full post >

New Response To “You’ll Get Paid When I Get Paid”

Posted: Nov 18

  One of the most common excuses we hear in B2B debt collection is a business is struggling to collect from its customers and therefore can’t pay its vendors. Typically the business owner will commit to paying when they get paid, but the problem has been going on for months and there is no end Read full post >

Red Flags Of Potential Collection Problems

Posted: Oct 14

  Every business owner has experienced the pain of a late or non paying customer. The Commercial Law League of America research shows that as soon as an invoice goes delinquent, the chance of successfully collecting declines by more than 1% per week. If an invoice is 90 days past due, the chance of collecting Read full post >

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