unpaid invoi? Don't be the last in line.
Corona is hitting the world economy extremely hard. Many sectors are becoming more and more challenged. It is, therefore, to be expected that this will have a domino effect. The banks in our country are very worried about the wave of defaults that awaits us. KBC, for example, has already set aside EUR 845 million to absorb the losses incurred by companies and individuals who are unable to repay their debts. ING foresees 1.3 billion Euros for the same reason.


10 reasons to choose Unpaid
Unpaid invoices; you'd rather lose them than get rich. Unfortunately, as a company, it is sometimes unavoidable that you are confronted with them, and action needs to be taken. Why, in such a case, would you choose the services of Unpaid? In this article, we give you 10 reasons to select Unpaid. After all, it is only normal that you want to know what we stand for. At the end of the day, it's all about your money.

An unpaid invoice?

Calculate here how much additional turnover you must generate to compensate for it.

The gross margin basically is the difference between the total income of the company (the turnover) and the costs paid to realise that operating income. In many cases (such as in this calculator) this margin is expressed in a percentage. In order to obtain this percentage, you divide the difference by the turnover.


terms and conditions
Do you have General Terms and Conditions? No? It is nevertheless an important document. The General Terms and Conditions determine the rules that will be applied in the event of discussions about delivered performances or invoiced goods. In other words: Good General Terms and Conditions ensure for you to have a stronger position in case of a dispute.