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Jason Vissers

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Expertise: Payments, Small Business Lending

Education: BA Political Science, San Diego State University

Jason has been writing about small business software platforms, services, and financing since 2015. Jason’s expertise has been featured in Yahoo Finance, Time/NextAdvisor, Home Business Magazine, CreditCards.com, GoBankingRates, TheLadders.com, and other publications. He has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from San Diego State University and currently lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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How To Accept Credit Cards Online

There is a lot to consider when it comes to taking credit cards online for your business. We’ll guide you through the decision-making process and then offer several types of payment processors for you to consider so that you can find just the right fit.

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Mar 14, 2024 Filed under: Credit Card Processing
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Priority Pass: What Businesses Need To Know

There are many reasons why travelers with income to spare may be attracted to the benefits of a travel rewards credit card. These cards typically carry hefty annual fees, but the frequent flier can make up this value (and then some) by taking strategic advantage of the high-value travel perks that often come with these […]

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Feb 26, 2020 Filed under: Business Credit Cards
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A Complete Guide To Chase Business & Personal Credit Cards

If you’ve been shopping around for a new credit card, whether for personal or business use, you’ve likely come across a Chase credit card or three. In fact, it would be hard not to — between its own branded credit cards and its co-branded partner cards, Chase has 30 credit cards on offer. We’ve written up a rundown of every Chase credit card and what each one has to offer you.

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Mar 26, 2020 Filed under: Business Credit Cards, Small Business
Kickstarter VS GoFundMe

Kickstarter VS GoFundMe

Crowdfunding is a funding solution shaped to fit the iniquitous era that incubated it. Kickstarter and GoFundMe are aimed at different audiences, so it wouldn’t make much sense to name a winner and a loser in this comparison.

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Apr 22, 2024 Filed under: Crowdfunding