The common and forgotten pitfalls of receiving international payments

Editor’s Note: This is the first part of our blog series on international receivables. Check back next week for more insights. A growing business has just made its first sale to a new customer in Singapore. It’s a big deal because the company has been working on attracting clients in Asia for quite a while. They sent the customer an invoice and they’re waiting for the funds to hit their bank account. They’ve been waiting a while. The big day finally comes, but something is not right. The amount deposited…

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