SMB business owners know that when they accept payment online with a credit card, they’re always charged a transaction fee for credit card processing. This fee is usually 2.9% of the total cost of the product sold plus $0.30 a transaction.
Think about the technology your accounting or bookkeeping firm uses. More than likely, your technology ecosphere consists of several components that you’ve selected due to their individual merits. For example, you might have Intuit for your tax or finance software, a different program to hold contact information and notes, and yet another to handle your clients’ e-commerce transactions.
This article originally ran in Accounting Technology on May 12, 2014.
The Bill.com office has been abuzz with our recent award from the San Francisco Business Times as Best Place to Work 2014. We are proud of our fun, supportive, and collaborative culture. Our culture is instrumental in how we share ideas, develop innovative features, and deliver effective customer support to you.
This article originally ran in Accounting Web on May 6, 2014.
Offers Deep Customer Insight, Market Knowledge from Years of Leadership at Intuit, PayCycle and Sun Microsystems
This article orginally ran in Accounting Today on April 29, 2014.
I admit it. I am a control fanatic. And if you’re reading this, you probably are, too.
The other day, a friend’s daughter made sure to share her sweets with me – by leaving a handprint on my new shirt. Like her lollipop, it was bright, big, and especially sticky.
“No worries,” I thought. “I can wash it out.”
At Bill.com, we are honored and amazed by all the awards our young company has won. We’ve received more than 40 awards from some of the most prestigious institutions in our market. But none mean more to me than our most recent award—The San Francisco Business Times Best Places to Work 2014.