Unpaid client bills create dilemma for architecture, engineering firms

In a recent Buffalo Business First article, Jessica A. Myers sheds light on the delicate balance architects and engineers face when collecting fees, navigating the challenge of unpaid invoices without jeopardizing client relationships. Delving into the delicate dynamics of the industry, it unveils the reluctance to pursue legal action due to the risk of harming client relationships. As interest rates climb, the article underscores the increasing importance of timely payments and the financial impact on firms. Discover the strategies employed by professionals, including the use of mechanic’s liens, and gain insights into the evolving landscape where business considerations intersect with relationship management.

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