Merchants old and new usually have a one-track mind when it comes to their business, and that is to generate profit. One key component is to equip yourself with the capability to accept payments how, when and where your clients need. With the rapid expansion of...
Difference Between Debit and Credit Cards: Do Credit Cards Really Hold an Advantage Over Debit Cards?
Another difference between debit and credit cards are the perks they offer. While credit cards charge higher fees, they offer rewards unavailable to debit cards such as discounts, travel points, and even cashback.
Form 1099-K is used to report income generated from Payment Card and Third Party Network Transactions. This was created under the 2008 Housing Assistance Tax Act to help ensure that businesses, particularly online retailers, are accurately reporting their income for tax purposes.
PCI-compliance is a vital step towards your business success, and that is why you should complete the SAQs and AOCs before the year ends. You do not only hold proof that you are PCI-compliant but you also avoid paying non-compliance fees from merchant account providers by being non-compliant. You can be charged up to $40 per month if you are non-compliant.
Any business owner or merchant would always look at their return on investment or ROI as their main measure of success, and one of the fool-proof ways to secure their ROIs is to make sure that money keeps pouring into the business from all directions. This is...
Payment processors are companies, usually third-party, that handle payment transactions between the merchant and customer by relaying payment information from the customer to the merchant’s bank account. They enable merchants to receive debit or credit card payments online by providing a connection to an acquiring bank.