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How Your Clients Can Say "Goodbye" to Bad Client Relationships

  John W. Braine, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC  
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A number of reasons - unreasonable demands, slow payment, asking for a lower price, an unpleasant nature, and more - can sometimes make Los Angeles and Southern California business leaders wonder how best to say "goodbye" to bad client relationships.

While it is sometimes necessary to discontinue these unproductive relationships, caution is in order due to future ramifications related to how the business relationship ends.

Reviewed are negative impacts of unproductive relationships, benefits of parting ways, suggestions on separating, and recommendations for avoiding recurrences.

If unsuccessful attempts have been made to repair or salvage a poor business relationship, it is often the best course of action to terminate it - with care - and focus on applying lessons learned when entering into discussions with potential new clients.

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