If you’re like us, you probably care a lot about billing and collections. Here at Invoiced, nothing gets us more excited than figuring out new and creative ways to go from order to cash. Tell us a story about going from receivable to received and we’ll owe you a debt of gratitude.
That’s why we compiled this list of blogs, podcasts and other resources that are sure to delight the debt-minded among us.
Also known as The Association of Credit and Collection Professionals, ACA International publishes a magazine filled with everything you need to know about the credit and collection industries. The latest issue includes updates on anything from credit-related legislation to continuing education.
Receivable Savvy has all kinds of resources under one roof. In addition to a blog they offer traditional news, podcasts and they even have a fairly active YouTube channel.
The Lifestyle Accountant
Also dubbed Accountants Doing Cool Sh!t, this podcast offers interviews with accountants who are building businesses, taking an unconventional approach to their accounting careers, and blazing their own trails.
National Association of Credit Management Blog
NACM’s blog keeps it pretty high level, covering many different topics like economic trends, operational changes at large enterprises and legislative concerns.
With more of a tilt toward public accountants, the venerable Accounting Today provides professional reporting on a variety of accounting topics. They also offer slideshows, videos, reader perspectives and a regularly updated podcast.
The Debt Collection Drill
This podcast covers the evolving legal aspects of debt collection. While there’s some great material that’s been published so far, it looks like they may be on a bit of a hiatus, but we’re willing to stay tuned.
The Credit Management Association Blog
The CMA’s blog covers what’s actually happening in the credit management industry, provides useful tips and suggestions and tries to help its members stay connected.
The PayPod Podcast
PayPod aims to be the ultimate podcast for the payments industry. With 30+ episodes under their belt and recent topics like cryptocurrencies and Apple Pay, they’re doing a nice job keeping pace with technological change that matters for billing and collections.
Be sure to check out all of these resources – none of them is for everyone who cares about A/R, but they all touch on at least a few important topics that are relevant to the world of getting paid.