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Managing Business Finances & Accounting

Does your business accept cash, credit cards and checks? As a business owner, you need to be smart about how you handle these transactions. Learn about how you can manage these transactions.
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    Accepting Cash Only

    Many small businesses operate as "cash only" merchants. Ask yourself if cash only will hurt your bottom line by limiting payment options or if this is right for your business. Consider your options.

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    Accepting Checks

    Do you want expand your customer payment options beyond cash but aren't ready to for card payments? Explore accepting checks as an additional option.

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    Accepting Credit Cards

    Credit and debit cards have become very important in business commerce. If your business is considering what forms of payment to accept, be sure to review the pros and cons of accepting card payments.

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    Migration to EMV Chip Card Technology and...

    U.S. credit card companies are making the transition from magnetic stripe technology to cards with EMV Chips. Widely used in Europe and throughout the world, the United States is now in the process...

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    Extending Credit to Your Customers

    Extending credit to your customers gives them the option to purchase products or services today and pay for them later. Decide if extending credit is right for you by weighing the rewards and risks.

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    Online Payment Services

    Online payment services allow business and consumers to exchange money electronically over the Internet. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of online payment services.

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    10 Steps to Setting Up a Payroll System

    Setting up a payroll system streamlines your ability to stay on top of your legal and regulatory responsibilities as an employer. Explore steps to help you set up a payroll system for your business.

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    Managing Your Business Credit

    Learn about simple steps about establishing and managing your business credit.