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How To Collect When A Client Fails To Pay

Clients who fail to pay for hoof-care services are a problem that every farrier experiences at some point in his or her career. There are a variety of cases and reasons as to why clients don’t pay their farriers. By understanding the United States government’s definitions of non-payments and reviewing the basics for collecting, you can be better prepared for making sure more of the money you earn gets to your pocket.
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Online Extras: March 2015 Issue

Web-exclusive content for this issue includes:

  • Valuable advice for dealing with payment issues gleaned from two horse owner and farrier surveys
  • Video of farrier Tim Shannon showing his one-heat modification for heel extension
  • Marc Jerram's university dissertation: An Assessment of Static and Dynamic Asymmetry in 10 Unbroken Horses
  • Influential articles from the late Bruce Daniels
  • Two studies focusing on moisture in the equine foot
  • 2015 International Horseing Hall Of Fame & International Equine Veterinarian Hall Of Fame inductee videos

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