Category Archives: Merchant Services

3 Tips to Getting Paid Faster

Cash flow is always an important element to track in your business. There are several ways you can improve cash flow. One way is to make it easy for your customers to pay you. While the traditional method has been for people to pay by check when they receive an invoice, with the advances of the Internet and more and more people paying bills online, customers’ preferred payment methods are changing. Continue reading

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Seven Strategies to Fire Up Your Fall Sales

The fall months are a great time to rev up your business revenue. Many business owners are freshly back from retreat or vacation, and they’ve had time to refresh and rejuvenate themselves and their staff. Now it’s time to benefit from all that creativity that’s been unleashed and put those ideas to work. Continue reading

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Get Paid Faster and Reduce Bank Fees

I’m like every business – I like to get paid quickly. So, like other businesses, I try to make paying me as easy as possible. I was slow to accept credit cards because of the fees. Not only do banks often charge a monthly fee, but the bank also takes a percent of the sale, and depending on the provider, there can be other fees as well. If I wanted to let clients pay me online (whatever is easiest for them), I had to accept credit cards. Now, just like most businesses that accept credit cards, I accept those fees as a part of the cost of doing business. Continue reading

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Year End Review

Review Options Calendar or fiscal year-end can be a good time to review other services – whether you need them, need to upgrade or downgrade or need others.  Payroll – This is a good time to evaluate if you want … Continue reading

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