The Stanley board have apologised to players and staff for making them wait for this month’s wages.
The club’s wage bill is normally paid on the first of each month but Stanley were unable to make a payment on March 1.
A part payment was made last week and all players and staff were due to receive any outstanding wages before tomorrow’s home game with Barnet.
The problem was caused by a shortfall in cashflow in recent weeks but after discussions on Wednesday, the shortfall is being cleared by directors.
And the Stanley board, which consists of 18 directors, is confident it was just a temporary blip.
“The good thing about having the big board we’ve got now is that we can work together to bring money in when we’ve got a shortfall,” said managing director Rob Heys. “You’re not reliant on one or two people.
“Unfortunately it’s taken a little bit longer than it should have and, going forward, we shouldn’t have any more problems.
“That said, it’s unacceptable. We’ve a lot of dedicated staff and it rankles when you can’t pay people on time.
“Everyone’s carried on as normal, they’ve kept the club going and kept their heads up, and it’s a credit to all the staff and the players.
“It’s important we stress it’s not a return to the dark old days of 2009; we’re fully up to date with HMRC, PAYE and VAT.
“Now we hope the people of Accrington can get behind us and fight the fight to stay in the Football League.”
Stanley were served with a winding up order in 2009 over a £308,000 tax bill before Ilyas Khan stepped in to help pay off the debt.