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Imagine your waiters and waitresses walking to a table, taking a customer’s orders, and never having to run around from table to table at the end of meals, collecting credit cards, swiping them, pulling out receipts to sign, and carrying extra pens in their pocket. No more bulky, troublesome credit card machines, network errors, or embarrassing conversations with patrons whose credit cards were “declined.”
How is this possible?
The emergence of mobile payments is fast becoming the new way to process payments, and will undoubtedly one day eclipse the use of plastic debit credit cards. Mobile payments utilize a wireless payment sys (more…)
You have just begun working on your brand new business. While you have several ideas running through your head there are just as many questions. One of the biggest is do I need an accountant for my small business? An accountant for small business can help with a array of issues including finances and income tax.
In 2012, there were an estimated 144,103,375 tax returns filed for individuals in the United States. A small business tax accountant can help you with the complicated tax code. The number of pages in the IRS tax code has increased 16,775% in the past century. The best tax preparation services will have people dedicated to helping you navigate these codes.
Professional book keeping helps businesses prepare the (more…)
American Real Estate Partners, founded by Brian L. Katz and Douglast E. Fleit, focuses on commercial real estate investing and sales in the United States. American Real Estate Partners specializes in commercial real estate assets and financial instruments in the United States, specifically along the Eastern Seaboard. Principals at American Real Estate Partners currently own a total of 4.2 million square feet–and growing–of class A office and flex assets in the Northeast United States.
What is real estate investment, especially when it comes to commercial properties? The term “commercial property” is also known as investment or income property and refers to any land or building that is intended (more…)
If you’re considering opening a bank account at a local credit union, there are a few things you should think about before doing so. There are a lot of factors that go into joining a credit union and you should be fully aware of all of the details that come with opening an account. So [...]
You need a change. After owning the small gift boutique for the last 10 years, you are ready to move on to another career. Owning your own business was the perfect solution when your daughter was in both middle school and high school, but now that she is off to college, the business takes too [...]
Many automobile dealerships are realizing success from working acquiring subprime auto finance leads. A credit score ranging from 500 to 600 is a subprime buyer, scores ranging from 300 to 500 are deep subprime. Statistics show that 43% of vehicle owners are financing their respective automobiles. Not utilizing the immense amount of sub prime leads [...]
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- And the No. 1 Stock-Fund Manager This Time Is…Shhhh
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- The Anti-Bitcoin ETF
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- Investors Check In to This ETF, but Don't Want to Leave
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