You did the work. Now your client is not paying. What are you supposed to do?
You want to preserve the relationship and not be too confrontational but not getting paid is an issue for your cash flow and the financial stability of your business.
Here are some tips for collecting accounts receivable now outstanding, and improving the situation in the future:
Check the Contract
While legal contracts can help you to set clear expectations with your clients up front, they are also super helpful in a situation where your clients are not paying you.
Having a binding legal contract means that you can ENFORCE the terms of the contract. So the first thing to check is to see what the contract says in regard to fees and payment terms.
Are the fees due clear in your client contract? Your client contract should state how fees will be calculated whether they are hourly, daily or fixed fees based on certain project stages. Have you added on amounts for additional work beyond...