the Dutch companies in the coronacrisis, more time will be needed for the invoices to be paid. Entrepreneurs, so that they would be in trouble. They are missing out on their usual sales, but they also have to wait longer for the money they have earned. Reports that the financial firm Graydon, on Tuesday.
as Graydon calls each month, hundreds of thousands of businesses how much time they need to have in order to pay invoices. At the end of last year, there was improvement in the payment behaviour of the Dutch companies are, but because of the coronacrisis to deterioration from the weather.
In december, did the companies take, on average, to 40.7 days for an invoice to be paid in april, which decreased to 38,4 days. In June, saw Graydon, an increase to 41.3 days.
if The research company is concerned about the operators. "We're getting signals that the entrepreneurs in the past few months and was significantly longer for their money, will have to wait, thereby increasing their cash flow comes under pressure," says John Swaab from Graydon. At this time, a lot of companies are using financial noodregelingen from the government, but that has yet to stop the flow, according to Graydon, even under pressure.
in addition, it is easy to see that the sectors that have been hit the hardest by the coronacrisis, is now more of an effort to pay your bills. According to Graydon paid for the hotel industry used to be the fastest bills out of it, but that industry is now 5.2 days longer to pay than in the second quarter of the prior year.