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Insurance Claims Recoveries: Outsourcing to Increase Cash Generation

Insurance Claims Recoveries: Outsourcing to Increase Cash Generation

Hi, my name is Adam Stewart, Debt Collection Expert and owner of ADC Legal Litigation Lawyers. Claims represent an insurance company’s biggest expense, with claims payouts and loss-adjustment expenses accounting for up to 80 percent of an insurance company’s revenue. One way to reduce these expenses is through claims recovery. Specifically, recovering money from at […]

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5 More Ways to Improve Your Cash Flow

5 More Ways to Improve Your Cash Flow

Hi, my name is Adam Stewart, Debt Collection Expert and owner of ADC Legal Litigation Lawyers. You may remember my blog, Boost your Cash flow by Collecting Debts Sooner: 5 Tips for Better Cash Flow. To continue to help you to improve cash flow and lower your blood pressure (haha), I am giving you an […]

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Improve Cash Flow in 3 Quick Steps

Improve Cash Flow in 3 Quick Steps

Hi, my name is Adam Stewart, Debt Collection Expert and owner of ADC Legal Litigation Lawyers. I speak with a lot of accountants, credit managers and company directors who are experiencing cash flow pain. This is mainly due to unpaid accounts that is why they end up talking to me. Cash flow has almost nothing […]

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How to Keep New Year’s Resolutions and Goals

How to Keep New Year’s Resolutions and Goals

A new year has already begun and you would have already set your goals and written down your list of things to achieve for this year and the next 5 years. So do you keep the momentum going? You may have set goals around improving your health, acquiring a new skill, changing jobs or outsourcing […]

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How to Set Goals for 2016

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How to Set Goals for 2016

Reflecting on the past 12 months, planning for the next year, and reviewing my 5-year plan are the favourite things that I do this time of the year. Setting short and long term goals gives me something to look forward to and something to strive for. Being able to tick them off once I have […]

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