Six ways to help protect against non-payment
Trust plays a big role in childminding. Parents trust you to care for their child and you trust parents to pay you for doing so. The EYFS regulations, criminal record checks, Ofsted inspections and your policies & procedures all go some way to ensuring parents can trust you to care for their child, but can you trust parents to pay you for the professional care you work hard to give?
Here we look at six ways you can help protect your childminding business from the financial impact of no-shows and non-payment.
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