It is pre-conference season, and Insightful Accountant is kicking our reviews of the sponsors making an appearance at “Scaling New Heights 2022.” Over the next six weeks or so, Murph will be writing a series of articles covering reviews of various sponsors on a categorical basis.

At the end of the series, we will provide you with an index to quickly access each sponsor with the related article in the series.

CollBox is debt collection at the push of a button.  It is the easiest way for any business—no matter the size—to get paid for its past-due invoices. CollBox is built to help you get overdue receivables paid.

Businesses can easily send past due accounts to the ideal collection agency from CollBox’s vetted network, which integrates with QuickBooks—and other popular accounting software—to show you what’s collectible.

Then, you get the best rate from its network of collection agencies, along with a standardized contract so you will know exactly what to expect.

In fact, it takes less than 10 minutes to set-up your CollBox account and begin assigning your past due receivables to the best collection agency for the task. That makes it is easy to focus on the business at hand, rather than the business of collections.

Even so, you will stay on top of your collectables with the CollBox dashboard, which highlights your customers in the process. In addition, its pre-collection features not only highlight which of your customers could potentially be put through collections, but which ones might actually benefit you in terms of improved cash flow if you were to turn collections over via CollBox. 

And, CollBox makes the entire process so simple in contrast to struggling with cash flow or trying to handle past due collections yourself.

Isn’t it time you at least considered outsourcing past-due collections?

By the way, when accounting firms partner with CollBox, they add a powerful new service to their offerings. This creates an opportunity for increased value-based revenue and helps recover receivables for clients and boost cash flow—without burdening their staff with chasing invoices.

There is never any cost for accounting firms to use CollBox, only a collection fee if its partner agencies successfully recover money on behalf of your client. That makes it easy for you to become a cash flow superhero to your clients. 

For more details about CollBox for collections, and the CollBox for Accountants program, stop by its booth on the exhibit hall floor. Otherwise, point your browser to the CollBox website.

QuickBooks is a great tool for managing your business and sending invoices to your client. But you still rely on your clients to pay your invoices. And if they don’t feel like it, you just have to wait. 

And while QuickBooks offers some payment features, its service fees are high with little choice.

If you wanted to allow flexible automated credit card, direct debit/ACH payments triggered by your invoices; you were stuck with the expensive options built into QuickBooks Online.

Until now. uCollect collects your money straight from your client’s credit card or bank account (with their prior agreement and through a third-party payment processor) based on the due date on your invoice. It is cheap, quick and easy.

All you need is your QBO ledger, an approved Payment Gateway (click here for more details) and uCollect set-up in minutes—putting you completely in charge of your cash flow. And it is completely safe. uCollect never touches your money. It acts as a middle-man between you and your payment processor saving you time and stress. Prices for ACH are as low as 30 cents per transaction.

By the way, uCollect also works with Xero.

Stop by the uCollect booth in the conference exhibit hall to learn more about this option for collecting money from your clients. You also can find out more by pointing your browser to the uCollect website.

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Scaling New Heights is a registered trade name of Woodard Events LLC of Canton, Georgia.

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