Anyone who has made a purchase online in the past decade is likely familiar with PayPal.
Invoices, documents sent from a company to a customer or client that explains the details of a sale, are vital for many businesses. It gives you and the client a formal, written explanation of costs.
There was once a time when all you had to worry about was having enough cash on hand to provide customers with change. Those days are long gone. These days you need to be prepared to handle a slew of payment options.
Anyone who comes across Fattmerchant probably perks up at the promise of no markup for credit card processing. The ability to take credit cards and not have to pay a markup to the processor? Sounds great! But before you rush to sign up, let’s take a look at what it really means and how to accurately compare your options.
The internet has changed the way we all live. Business is increasingly conducted in a virtual world. Now there are virtual currencies to match. Of these, Bitcoin is the best-known and most successful. As it becomes more popular, businesses are starting to ask: Should I take Bitcoin? And if so… how?
Electronic Interchange Reimbursement Fee (EIRF) is a Visa interchange category that indicates a downgrade. Transactions qualify for EIRF when they don’t meet the criteria for categories with lower rates.