An old adage says there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but does a free merchant account exist? Here’s what you need to know about free merchant services plus the best credit card processing options with no monthly fee.
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If you want to accept PayPal payments, you need to have a PayPal account — but if you’ve already got a personal account, is that enough? Here’s why you need a PayPal business account and how to go about getting one set up so you can get your business off the ground.
Square’s free software and affordable payment processing appeal to many nonprofits on a budget. Learn how Square’s platform can help you run your organization, collect donations, and more.
In the market for a mobile processing app and card reader? See how Square POS and SumUp compare in terms of pricing, features, customer support, and more.
If you want to accept payments online, here are the best online credit card processing companies. Plus, check out our list of must-haves and major concerns for eCommerce businesses.
If you accept credit cards in person, you need a credit card machine. Learn more about the types of terminals available and how you can go about finding the right one for your business.
How To Keep Your Payment Processor From Holding Funds Or Terminating Your Account: What Small Businesses Need To Know
Business owners need to be proactive in managing their credit card processing accounts. Learn what risk factors processors look for to keep your merchant account safe and what to do if you do run into a funding hold or account termination.
Using PayPal to accept donations online is super easy, but nonprofits can also take advantage of PayPal’s many tools and features to fundraise pretty much anywhere.
Nonprofit and charity organizations can qualify for discounts on credit card processing, allowing them to accept donations, sell merchandise, and more for a lower rate. Here’s how you can start to take advantage of these discounts.
Square has some businesses singing its praises and others railing against it. Despite allowing almost anyone to open an account, Square isn’t actually a good fit for every business. Here’s how to tell if it’s right for you.