Why Wait As Long As Possible To Pay Your Fees

Bookmark and Share
  1. A vendor sends you an invoice for $100.
  2. It's due within 30 days.

What do you do?

  • If you pay it now, you're immediately out $100.

Let's say you hang onto the $100 for 30 days.

You use the $100 to invest into Product A, which you know gives you a net return of 10% within 30 days.

  1. You invest the $100 into Product A.
  2. You net $10.
  3. You pay the invoice on Day 30.

You're up $10 by hanging onto the $100 for 30 days.

WOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!111one

You do that many times over for every one of your business's bills, and you're up bundles-of-bundles.

The steps:

  1. Wait as long as possible.
  2. Invest the cash into something profitable.
  3. Net extra cash.
  4. Win!

Wait. Profit.

If you enjoyed Why Wait As Long As Possible To Pay Your Fees, get a complimentary subscription to our freshest articles through email or through your feed reader.

Posted on September 09


Next tip »

WTH is Trizle?

Trizle helps you rock ___ with your business.

Subscribe

Get a complimentary subscription to our freshest articles through email or through your feed reader.

The Trizle Love

Don't Miss Out!

Subscribe to Trizle through email or through your feed reader.