By Richard Rodgers, Dannah Investment Group, LLC, and Aaron Cott, TRUECard
Cash or card? Apple Pay? Chip or swipe? Email receipt? These questions are asked of consumers at most businesses today at the time of payment. Credit cards are the primary payment method, requiring business owners to have efficient and reliable machines to process credit cards. Where employers get stuck is by assuming they have no say or option in the merchant fees associated with processing credit card transactions. What if you could find a way to save money each month simply by changing your credit card processing company?
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