IGA/MIAGA Host Seminars: How to Get Paid in Full and Collect on Short Pays
The Independent Glass Association (IGA) and its local Minnesota Chapter, the Minnesota Independent Auto Glass Association (MIAGA), are hosting a series of seminars that revolve around getting paid and collecting on short pays. The next seminar will be held on Thursday, April 28, 2005 at the Canterbury Inn in Shakopee, Minn. from 1-4:30 p.m.
At the next meeting, techniques for direct billing will be discussed as will the steps to take for successful arbitration. Additionally, the details about the MIAGA's receivable collection program will be given, and members of the association who have not yet signed up will have the opportunity to do so.
Attendees will receive a kit that includes a "How to Arbitrate" manual, "Assignment of Proceeds" language, information and tips on direct billing and how to build a spread sheet for collections, among other information.
The meeting will also look at the MIAGA's legislative agenda for 2005-2006.
Admission is free for MIAGA members, $50 for non-MIAGA members and $25 for additional, non-member guests. Membership enrollment is available on site, and the admission fee will be applied to membership dues for any non-member attendee who decides to join the MIAGA within 30 days of the session.
For more information contact Steve Cook at 952/945-9992 or e-mail email@example.com
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