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    Does Everyone Need EMV?

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    August 03, 2017

    The U.S. has seen nearly two years pass since the EMV liability deadline in October 2015, yet many businesses still have not installed card readers that accept the chip-embedded credit cards. For some businesses, such as those that handle large volume or high-cost transactions, which makes them more susceptible to card-present fraud, switching to an EMV-compliant POS system immediately is critical. These high-risk businesses would include stores like electronics and jewelry retailers, high-end and designer clothing shops, and firearms retailers. However, some businesses – mostly service-related businesses like doctor’s offices, dental offices and accounting firms, are typically at less risk, so upgrading to EMV isn’t as crucial for them.

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    SEO Tips Every Small Business Owner Needs

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    July 12, 2017

    Tags: business tips, SEO

    If you have a company website, you’ve probably heard the acronym SEO. Short for search engine optimization, this is what helps Google, Bing and other search engines decide how to rank your small business website.

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    Despite the Rise of Mobile Payments, Cash is Still King

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    June 21, 2017

    Tags: Small Business

    With all the recent hoopla surrounding mobile payments, EMV embedded-chip payment cards and wearable payment devices, it might make some people believe that cash as a form of payment is on its way out. But it’s not. In fact, cash is experiencing something of a resurgence recently. According to a report from Retail Banking Research Ltd. (RBR), cash usage is growing nearly as fast globally as are cashless payment methods. The research firm looked at the transaction trends in 60 countries, and found while cashless methods – which include card transactions, checks, direct debits and credit transfers – rose 7.6 percent annually from 2010 to 2014, the volume of cash withdrawals from ATMs, which RBR uses as a proxy for cash usage, grew almost as fast, at a rate of 7.1 percent over the same four year period. That rate is even more impressive when you consider that each ATM withdrawal likely represents multiple payments.

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