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Small Business View: How I Fight Online Credit Card Fraud What I love most about being a small business owner is that my business enables me to follow my passion. I’ve always been a bit of a fanatic about motor sports, and that’s why I started Killer Motorsports, an online business that sells power sports products such as dirt bikes, ATVs
Apple Pay: What Every Small Business Needs to Know Everyone seems to be talking about Apple Pay lately. It’s all over the news, and people with the new iPhone are already trying it out. But do you know what Apple Pay is and what it means for your business? Here’s a quick run-down of the essential information:
So many new terms, so little time. EMV, Chip, Chip and PIN, tokenization. What does it all mean? Most of us small business owners spend the majority of our waking hours running a business. There is not much time left in the day to stay on top of the latest data breaches and all the emerging
Do you still pay your small business’s bills by writing paper checks? Do you issue paper checks to your employees or use them to pay your vendors? If so, you might be wasting time and losing money. A new survey from Dwolla found that 67 percent of U.S. small businesses still use paper
Small Business Financials: Smart Ways to Get Paid Faster Imagine watching a split-screen of two plumbers going into separate homes in the same neighborhood to install hot water heaters. The jobs seem almost identical right up to the point of payment. The plumber on the left leaves after the work is done and sends an invoice about a week later. He
10 Tips for Picking a Payment Processor These days, it’s easy for almost any small business to tap into the electronic payment system and accept credit and debit cards along with other types of e-payments. And there are plenty of payment processors competing for your business.
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Managing cash flow is absolutely necessary for small business survival. After all, wouldn’t running your business be much harder if you can’t figure out where your funds are going? And while small businesses generally invoice for smaller amounts, using an informal process to handle
Almost all businesses accept debit and credit cards these days – even service businesses and B2B ventures. Having a way to accept a card is critical when you get ready to operationalize and start your new business. You’ll need a merchant account –an account provided by
According to the World Trade Organization’s World Trade Report 2012, the U.S. is the world’s second largest exporter goods and the largest exporter of services in 2011. With over 95% of consumers living outside of the U.S., expanding your business internationally can provide access to

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