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Benefits of Membership in NACM Business Credit Services
NACM is here to help your business succeed by providing the tools necessary to protect one of your company's largest assets, your Accounts REceivable




Supporting and assisting businesses involved in making business-to-business credit decisions and collecting accounts receivable.


Not sure how to take your company to the next level? Let us show your company how to manage credit risk by matching your customers to the most appropriate and cost effective credit reports.

Industry trade groups help members understand their current marketplace conditions and customers. The NACM National Certification Program, local seminars and classes increase the value and abilities of your employees to work quickly, effectively and confidently.

Whether you're a sole proprietor or a multi-billion dollar company, members become more profitable by making more accurate and informed credit decisions and managing the risks of accounts receivable.

Join NACM today and make a positive impact on your bottom line.


 

OUR GOAL...To enhance our Members' economic success by providing professional risk management tools and the finest credit related products, services, and education.
 

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Provide excellent customer service
Value individual relationships
Focus on and support your needs
Be courteous and respectful
Promptly provide accurate information
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Part II Sales Tax - The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
The Bad - WAYFAIR This one word/name is being used to discuss the court case South Dakota v. Wayfair that has changed and is changing the way sales tax is assessed in each State. Many people are under the false assumption that this case only affected consumer sales not commercial sales but my credit friend...it will affect your company if it has not already. The Wayfair case has changed what each State is calling a nexus and has or will change the tax laws and regulations. more...
Dec 01 2019
Interruptions ... or the Killer of Productivity
A few weeks ago, NACM had a training In It To Win It. The sessions were all great, but one topic covered has really stuck with me. Beth Ziesenis (Beth Z), yournerdybestfriend.com, played a trivia game with us. One of the questions dealt with how long after being interrupted does it take to get back to full productivity. The average is 25 minutes, post interruption, to become productive again. If I were speaking in person, I would pause for effect at this moment. 25 minutes. If your workspace is anything like mine, it is a revolving door of interruptions and distractions. It seems as if just when I am getting back on task, another interruption derails my schedule. One thing that Beth Z suggested is to actually plan and write out the schedule for the day; allotting time for various tasks. For example: more...
Dec 01 2019
Top Reasons to Pursue a Credit Designation
When you see the initials "CBA, CBF, and CCE" behind a person's name, you know that means they've earned the right to be called a credit professional. These individuals have taken many classes specific to the credit profession and have passed rigorous exams to earn their credit designation. You've probably seen many other initials following a professional's name. That's because thousands of associations use professional designations to recognize individuals for being dedicated to their chosen career and to uphold a certain set of standards. Ask a professional "why?" and they'll tell you that the designation process is one of the single most important steps you can make in career development. more...