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Will the snow cost your business money this winter?

Heavy snowfall is expected in many parts of the UK, with south-east England expected to be worst affected.

The Met Office issued severe weather warnings for very heavy snowfall in London, south-east and east England and said travel networks may be affected. [source]

With the heavy snow forcast, many businesses are making preparations for the cold snap, if you are a small business which has fairly tight cashflows then one preparation you might have forgotten is to ensure your invoices are getting paid on time.

If the Royal Mail postie can’t deliver your printed invoice, have you considered sending them as a HTML formatted email, and as a PDF attachment? Both arrive instantly, can be quickly and simply generated from your paper free billing account and neither will get held up in the snow!


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  • Mad_Accountant

    The internet thankfull still works (mostly) when the snow is around so those of us modern enough to use paperless business methods are much less affected when the post grinds to a halt in bad weather.