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  • Residual Income
    Make Money While You Sleep? This Guy Figured it out!
    What if there was a way to build an income stream for yourself that would continue to pay you long after the initial work was done? Nearly every business today works with a credit card processing company to get a merchant account in order to accept credit cards from their customers. If you are the one who facilitates getting that business to work with a particular credit card processing company, you can receive a residual income commission every month for as long as that business stays with that processing company.
  • Accepting American Express
    Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Be Accepting American Express
    For years many retailers have thought that accepting American Express was more costly than taking a Visa, MasterCard or Discover card from their customer. It was also more work since American Express required a different application process for approval, and sales deposits settled into your bank account separately from your other credit card sales. On average most businesses see around 53% of their credit card sales volume from Visa, 22% from MasterCard, 21% from American Express and 4% from Discover, so not accepting American Express could directly be impacting your bottom line. If you’re not accepting American Express today here’s why you should think again:
  • Beneficial Owner
    What Beneficial Ownership Means and Why it Matters
    The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) new rules on beneficial ownership that were issued last year go into effect May 11, 2018 and banks, credit card processors and other financial institutions have been working for months to implement internal changes to comply with the new rules.
  • Easier Checkout
    Things are About to Get Easier at the Checkout
    While the new chip technology on credit cards and mobile payments has improved security overall, as a business owner you’ve probably noticed it has slowed down your checkout lines. After inserting the card and waiting for the purchase to complete, the customer must then sign the electronic tablet or in some cases a printed receipt handed to them from the cashier. Some stores required their cashiers to check the signature against the back of the card, and ask for another form of ID if the card wasn’t signed. The impact was pretty immediate and resulted in longer checkout lines, frustrating both you and your customers.

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