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Don't swipe the plastic too carelessly, because it's a double-edged sword.
The U.S. Federal Reserve says it will appeal an earlier decision from the U.S. District Court that challenged the swipe-fee regulations set by the central bank.
Most small-business owners rely on plastic at some point in the process of launching or growing their businesses. If you're in that crowd, be sure you're making the most of it.
In the ongoing saga between the nation's biggest banks and small retailers over swipe fees, the courts rule in favor of Main Street.
After a two-year standoff, lawmakers vote to formally install the former Ohio Attorney General at the helm of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
When it comes to launching a business, running out of cash is a big, albeit common, problem. To avoid this fate, here are ten steps for amping up your company's credit record.
While many small merchants only accept cash or checks, most consumers prefer plastic.
After reviewing more than 1,000 credit cards, credit-card comparison website CardHub.com releases an analysis of which credit cards are best for entrepreneurs and why.
Credit-card debt can be tempting for startups seeking a smooth launch. Consider these tips for avoiding costly mistakes.
Before you reach for plastic to help start your business, consider the challenges that could cost you the success you're working so hard to build on.
What business owners need to know about these developing technologies.
Credit-card giants agree to pay more than $6 billion to settle an antitrust case.
While it's tempting to sign up for another card to survive a cash flow crunch, consider these important tips first.
Starting your own business will affect many parts of your life, including how you manage your finances.
A last-minute shortfall led a restaurateur to a speedy merchant cash advance in exchange for a cut of future sales.
Confused about payment schedules and hidden fees? We'll walk you through the fine print.
More companies are accepting mobile payments. But failing to protect credit-card data could risk hefty penalties and fines.
Business credit cards have their benefits, but it's good to know their downsides as well.
Banks are targeting more credit cards at small businesses, but companies must weigh the incentives against the potential costs.
As banks start charging customers who use debit cards, many owners are wondering how this might hit their wallets.
Consider these options to start building an enviable credit history for your small business.
To entice more users, small business credit cards have become even more rewarding.
PayPal's new payment option could easily be useful for merchants that want to cut out credit cards.
Tired of high credit-card processing fees? Here are three ways to save when accepting payments.
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