Agent Login    |     Agent Training / Marketing    |     No Deal Left Behind    |          

Archive for April, 2014

5 Reasons We Love Credit Cards (And You Should Too)

Posted by

Credit cards sometimes have a bad reputation. It’s true that they can be tempting, since you can pay with a credit card without making your wallet any lighter. But many credit card users out there are very responsible, rarely carrying a balance over to the next month.  When used responsibly, credit cards can actually benefit [...]

5 Common Misconceptions About Credit Cards

Posted by

With more than 70 percent of Americans owning at least one credit card, it’s important that we as consumers understand how they work. And yet, many dangerous myths about credit cards persist.  Check out these five common misconceptions about credit cards: Credit and debit cards are essentially the same. They might look similar, but credit [...]

Watch Out for These Shady Payment Processing Sales Tactics

Posted by

We know a lot of great, helpful used car salespeople. But we’ve all heard the stereotype of the slick, shady used car salesman. Recently, a few clients at PayProTec have told us about some shady sales pitches they’ve been hearing from competing sales agents.  If a sales agent tells you one of the following four [...]

Processing is a Tax Write-Off for Small Business

Posted by

Operating a small business has its rewards—the chance to be your own boss, flexibility of schedule, and always knowing what’s going on with your company. There are also some aspects of small business ownership that are quite intimidating. It’s scary to let go and hire employees to take over some of your responsibilities. Feeling the [...]

Online Payments Save the Earth?

Posted by

Environmentalists have been saying it for years—wasting paper can be harmful for the earth. Whether you have jumped on the green bandwagon or not, statistics show that limiting the paper you use can really help our environment—and also your wallet! Paper consumption has grown by 400 percent in the last 40 years and makes up [...]

4 Tips for Recovering From Tax Day

Posted by

Hopefully, you weren’t one of thousands who scrambled to file returns by April 15. But even if you filed with plenty of time to spare, tax day can be stressful.  Here are four tips for recovering from tax day: Remember what your tax dollars go toward. If you suffer from post-tax day frustration, take a [...]

Coin Offers Consumers New (Superfluous) Way To Pay

Posted by

Coin is the latest and hottest of a large group of Silicon Valley startups determined to replace physical currency and credit cards with smartphone-connected tech. A flashy and wonderfully produced video launched to tons of media attention in 2013, but the hype died down as tech writers uncovered Coin’s true (somewhat lacking) potential. Before we [...]

How to Keep Good Financial Records

Posted by

Tax season is a stressful time for a small business. You need good records to prepare your tax returns—records that must support reported income, expenses, and credits. And without documentation, it’s easier to forget important deductions while preparing your taxes. There’s no need to make tax season even harder on your small business by keeping careless [...]

5 Things You’ll Forget to Clean this Spring

Posted by

Maybe your business has already cleared away the cobwebs of winter and is ready for spring. Good for you! It’s important to stay organized and up to date as an organization. Since spring cleaning is on our mind, we put together a list of our own. Did you remember these five things? Your Website Content [...]

Why You Should Sell Merchandise Online

Posted by

Just because you have a brick-and-mortar store doesn’t mean you should ignore the benefits of providing an online place of retail. Or, if you’re thinking of starting a business, perhaps you should consider doing so online first. Here’s why: Selling your merchandise online is a low-cost solution—one that’s much cheaper than opening or maintaining a [...]