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benefits of a credit card reader

How A Business Can Benefit From A Credit Card Reader

Mobile credit card readers offer flexibility and efficiency for businesses of all sizes and types. From saving on processing fees to enhancing customer experience, the advantages are clear. And as technology continues to evolve, staying updated with tools like these can significantly benefit your business’s bottom line. Before making a choice, it’s wise to explore the best credit card reader options tailored to your business needs.

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Nov 3, 2023 Filed under: Mobile Payments, Small Business
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Do Credit Card Readers Have Fees?

Small, mobile credit card readers — the kind that need to be paired with a smartphone or tablet running POS software — generally cost between $29 and $120. Most of these devices can take EMV (chip card) and NFC (contactless) payments, and some can still take magstripe payments.

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Nov 3, 2023 Filed under: Mobile Payments

What Is A Credit Card Reader & How Does It Work?

In today’s world, consumers are less likely than ever to carry cash. They expect to be able to use credit or debit cards to make purchases, no matter where they happen to be. In short, credit card readers allow merchants to meet customers where they are and allow them to pay with the modern payment methods they increasingly prefer, even in settings that make a full register setup impractical.

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Nov 3, 2023 Filed under: Mobile Payments
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Best Insurance For Delivery Drivers, Rideshares, & Other Gig Drivers

While you’re actively driving or delivering, you’re working for what’s known as a Transportation Network Company (i.e., Uber, Lyft, Doordash, Instacart, and so on). Your TNC is required in most cases to provide insurance coverage. While you’re waiting for a job and in between jobs, you need personal auto insurance for your car. But making deliveries or offering rideshares may invalidate your coverage.

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Oct 30, 2023 Filed under: Business Insurance

What Is An IRS Notice CP210/220?

The IRS sends notices to taxpayers when there is a tax return error, to request a payment, to request additional information, or to notify you about a change.
The CP210/CP220 notice is sent by the IRS when there is a change to your tax return. These changes always pertain to the tax year listed on the notice.

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Oct 25, 2023 Filed under: Employee Retention Credit