Business directory to 401k rollover information and advice.www.business.com/finance/401k-rollover/
Retirement industry advisers and consultants.www.business.com/finance/retirement-consultants/
Companies that provide retirement plan benefits, including 401k plans and pensions. Get information on corporate retirement plans, or how to offer retirement benefits for employees.www.business.com/finance/retirement-plans/
401(k) plans allow employees to save for their retirement by contributing a portion of their wages to an individual account. Employers can also contribute to 401(k) plans in the form of employee benefits; be sure your 401(k) vendor can manage your employees’ investments wisely.www.business.com/finance/401k/
When it's time to get serious about getting payments a company needs to stay afloat, collections letters are a critical part of the process. These letters can inform those who owe about what is going with their debts, without a lot of in-house time and labor. Read More »
Companies, just like individuals, rely on the money they are owed to keep production going, and when owed money, businesses can use collection letters to help get that money. Collection letters information is fairly basic and straightforward, stating that the client needs to pay you and keep his or her account current. Read More »
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In almost every business there comes a time when you will encounter a client or customer that seems to have a problem paying their bill on time. In some cases, it is an accidental oversight and quickly remedied, however, it is not uncommon for businesses to struggle with debtors that either won't or are unable to pay the bill in a timely manner. In these situations there are several options available to the creditor, including hiring a collection agency to attempt to collect the funds. Collection agencies have many different options for collecting the money such as phone calls and collection letters.
The phone calls, collection letters, and email messages are all designed to encourage the delinquent party to resume payments or pay the bill in full. In some cases, the collection agency may offer a settlement for part of the outstanding bill instead of demanding the entire amount. The letters are especially useful in the beginning stages of the process to inform the client of the bill, the amount, and possible payment arrangements. These letters also provide the debtor with information such as the name of the agency, where to send payments, and phone numbers if needed.
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