If services are rendered for cash then, it is your responsibility to provide them in a timely manner. I know first hand, and I am not just talking about the delivery of services. I am also talking about the money you receive when you are paid. If services are rendered for cash then, you must be prepared to pay for the services, and you must be prepared to pay for them with the money you receive.
The fact is, if you’re not prepared to pay for what you receive, you are more likely to lose the services you pay for. It’s not an easy thing to do, but I think it’s important.
It’s not just the cost of the service that determines whether or not your cash delivery gets “in time”. You also have to consider the money you receive. That money has to be for services rendered, and that money has to be for services rendered in a timely manner. If services are rendered for cash, then you must be ready to pay for those services with the money you receive.
The idea seems a bit counterintuitive. If you’re paid for services, then you must be prepared to make up the cost of those services the same day. If you pay for services with money, then you might not be able to make up the cost of the service the next day. This is especially relevant if the service is for money.
Sometimes services like that are rendered in an untimely manner. For example, if a customer is given a bill with a large amount of money on it, but the payer doesn’t pay it until the bill is due, then the service is rendered in an untimely manner. There is no way to make the service up the next day so the payer will have to pay the bill the next day.
In this case, the customer may not be going to pay the bill until the bill is due. This means that the service is rendered in an untimely manner. So there is no way to make up the cost of the service the next day.
We’re not talking about the number of people who are receiving the money. We’re talking about how many people in the business have already paid for it. If you want to take this one step further, you need to make it look like a direct payment.
The reality is the majority of businesses are not going to pay their bills the next day, and if they do then the bill is due the next day, so there is no way to make up the cost of the service the next day.
Now this is just a huge generalization, but the way some businesses are run makes that fact feel like it’s true. We’ve all seen this before, but it usually leaves us feeling like, “hey, why didn’t I make that decision sooner?!” Maybe you should have been thinking about the cost of the service earlier. Or you could just have used the funds for your business instead of spending them on an expensive coffee.
If you want to make financial decisions based on the service you perform, you’ll be better off doing it earlier. Because this has been proven time and time again in business. The point isn’t to go out and spend a bunch of money on something that you can’t afford. The point is that you always have the option to go out and spend money that you can afford. It’s the same with services.