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By Charles E. “Buzz” English, Jr.

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Buzz English

Has this happened to you…

You sold the goods or provided the services.  The client or customer never questioned the bill or raised any quality issues.  You’re not making an abnormally large profit on this transaction… you just are just looking to get paid so that you can pay your bills. Normally, if a customer does not pay, you would consider pursuing legal action.

But, as we are all well aware, we are in the midst of a pandemic.  Unemployment is at the highest level of modern times.  The latest estimate is that as many as 30,000,000 people are unemployed.  Some businesses have been ordered to close down and others cannot operate because of public health issues.  We may be facing a depression.  But alas, a few businesses have received loans through the Small Business Administration while others may have received grants… which raises the question:  is a customer not paying because it does not have the money or because it is holding on to its cash?

What should you do?  How can you get paid?  How long will this last?  What are your options?

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Many people collect all kinds of things, and these collections come to hold tremendous sentimental and in some cases monetary value. As people age, they begin to think about who they would like to have certain items or entire collections, and sometimes, bold relatives or friends suggest they’d like to receive something special to remember you by. Gifts and promises of gifts are also made to honor a special relationship.

These type of collections can cause significant arguments after you are deceased. The best way to avoid such disputes is to clearly specify in writing exactly who is to receive what items. Verbally telling a relative or friend what you would like for them to have upon their death, and giving away significant items while you’re still living, causes confusion and prompts some to get greedy.

It’s the last thing anybody wants after they’re gone.

 

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