Why Businesses Need to Get Ahead With Credit Card Chip Technology

Forget the fact that the transition’s happening right now as we speak. Forget the fact that even consumers are a bit wary despite the fact that there are these reasons why people shouldn’t worry. The new credit card chip technology, EMV, is coming. It most definitely will stick. It will stay. And while it’s going to be a long transition (imagine how many stores in the entire nation will have to be fitted with these new credit card reading machines), and card companies will be slowly rolling out these new bad boys, the fact of the matter is this — businesses are straggling to catch up.Read More →

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3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Your New Chip-Enabled Credit Card

ShareFollow Us!Transitions are never fun: maybe you’re looking to buy a new home in this growing real estate market, or you’re fixing to enroll in school for another degree. Changing jobs maybe? What with the fluctuating economy, whatever decision you’re going to make is about the equivalent of stirring up a hornet’s nest. Such is […]

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How the New Credit Card Chip Technology Will Support ID Theft

ShareFollow UsBusinesses have to be keen on this new development in the financial stratosphere when you’re thinking about it, for plenty of reasons. Aside from the fact that the transition to credit card chip technology will incorporate a nationwide spread of new card-reading machines (more investment for businesses, unfortunately), there’s one other subject companies everywhere would […]

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Credit Card Chip Technology: It’s Going to Take Awhile

As seen here, the expectation is people may be wary about the whole credit card switch thing from magnetized strip to tiny computer chip (especially with credit card fraud always being a problem) despite these three reasons why we shouldn’t be scared. We’re protective over our plastic! However, fear not: this isn’t a change that’s […]

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The First Amendment Defense Act: a Potential Bane to Same-Sex Marriage

ShareFollow UsOnce upon a time, there was a little boy named Jimmy. Jimmy had lots of toys. He had rocking horses, toy trains, building blocks, board games, and video games. He was well cared for, beloved by his parents, and wanted for nothing.  He also had a neighbor named Anna. Anna Didn’t Have Any Toys One day, Anna’s hard-working mother scrimped, saved up and finally was able to buy her just one toy – a simple jump rope. Anna was so…

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It Takes Two (or Three, or Four): Effective Business Partnerships

Perhaps you don’t want to go it alone as with a sole proprietorship. That’s fine. Nothing to be ashamed of. As with all business structures, though, you may not want to be a sole proprietor for a specific reason: there’s more than one of you operating the business! Can you truthfully run a biz as a sole proprietor when there’s more than one of you? It’s not easy. You could very easily get into the realm of having to file for a corporation or LLC, because if your colleagues aren’t partnered with you, they’re most definitely employed by you. That defeats the whole purpose of the soleRead More →

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Why a CEO Should NEVER Let the Intern Use the Credit Card

Sometimes trust can get you in trouble in huge ways: welcome to the world of identity theft. That’s why when it comes to finances, business bookkeeping, and business, as a CEO you honestly have to be careful, even with someone you know you can trust. We Repeat: NEVER Let the Intern Use the Credit Card Don’t let any […]

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Why Bringing an Attorney to Speak With Your Financial Advisor Can Win You Brownie Points

The beautiful thing about having that attorney by your side is this — legal protection. That’s not to say that a financial advisor, for instance, would try to scam you (although you might find a few who would). But even the best financial advisors out there have a hard time really explaining how things work to a client who knows absolutely nothing about the business. An attorney, however — especially one well versed and specialized in finance, investments, and business law — can work with your advisor and get things squared away without you having to pick your own brain and move some shelves aroundRead More →

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Getting the Goods on a Lost Client of a Financial Advisor

No one likes losing a client. Whether it’s an attorney, or a bookkeeper, or even a taxi cab driver, when that potential account with money goes bye-bye, the world’s over. One may ask, though, why? Why did the account drop in the first place? And should you have a right to know if you’re prospecting a particular financial advisor to determine the best qualifications? The answer, in short, is YES. It’s Your Interview With the Financial Advisor Not the other way around. You, therefore, have the right to ask whatever questions you want to ask that financial advisor. It’s a consultation. That’s what it’s for. So goRead More →

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