How to Set Up Your Company to Pay Employees with Direct Deposit

Direct Deposit

If you’re a business owner or manager looking to pay your employees with direct deposit, figuring out where to start can be a little tricky. For instance, should you start by talking to your bank? Or, maybe your accounting software

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Understanding Primary vs. Secondary Home Mortgage Options

Understanding Mortgage Lenders

A mortgage has become synonymous with home financing, but it’s important to understand there’s not just one type of mortgage. In fact, there are many different lending options at your disposal when it comes time to purchase your home, and

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Why your business might should dump Tiered Rate for Interchange Plus

Dump Tiered Rate for Interchange Plus

There are two prevailing schools of thought when it comes to credit card processing fees. And, chances are that—if your business accepts credit cards—you’re set up under one of these fee structures: Tiered Rate or Interchange Plus. Knowing the difference

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Five Ways to Obtain (And Keep) a High Credit Score

Credit Score Concept

For someone who doesn’t work with credit bureaus every day, figuring out what causes your credit score to move up or down can be a lot like predicting the twist ending of an M. Night Shyamalan movie. Well, back when his

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What Microsoft’s Sunset of Windows XP Means for XP Users

Laptop Computer and Mobile Phone.

As of April 8th, Microsoft has discontinued support of its Windows XP operating system, a system first introduced more than 12 years ago. This discontinuation of support is commonly referred to as a “sunset” within the technology industry. If you’re a

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Don’t Like Your Business Name? Change It!

Business Name

Having second thoughts about the name of your business? I have the solution to your problem. It’s called an Assumed Name or “Doing Business As” Certificate. Most people refer to such a thing simply as a DBA. Help!  I’m a square

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