Inspirational and Empowering Child Care Business Owners To Build Successful Child Care Businesses

 

Do you frequently have problems getting parents to pay you on-time? Is this issue causing a cash flow problem in your Child Care Business? Are you frustrated with late payments?

You can avoid or minimize many of the problems that most Child Care Business Owners face by simply getting the strategies and tools that you need to makeover your tuition policy.

Furthermore, I believe that if parents are constantly late paying tuition, this could lead to a cash flow problem in your Business!

Many Childcare Business Owners ask me how do I get parents to pay them on-time and my answer is always as follows:

  1. You have to be very diligent about collecting payments on-time
  2. Parents must know that they must pay you on-time or choose another provider
  3. Be assertive about collecting payment, because being passive about your money, will only lead to delinquent accounts
  4. Finally,  if you know that you provide a great service and then you know that you Deserve to get paid for it!

Check Out What Providers Think about the Tuition Makeover Policy eCourse

The Tuition Policy  Makeover was great! After 23 years as a home provider, I’ve found that since the recession, I’ve had more difficulty with this issue and needed to change the way I collect from clients. It was easy to follow each step that was outlined each day. It was worth every penny! I plan to use it as I transition from Family Childcare to a Center.”
Terri Rash
Miss Terri’s Little School
Pocatello, Idahoarrow going down
“I Love it! 
I could not wait for each email to come in. Each day I implemented the recommended strategies that you had for me.
Thank you for making my Job a lot easier. Thank you so much for being a part of Growing my business!”
~Zelma Johnson
Are you ready to Makeover your Tuition Policy and discover how to get your money on-time? If so, click here.
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