Merchant Services

Merchant services are a driving force that enables you to accept credit card payments from your clients. As a rule, you will need to have a special merchant account that will be linked with your payment processing provider and your client’s banks. A merchant services provider is an intermediate between your client’s bank and your bank account that routes payments from one banking institution to another. More >>>

Payment Processing

If you have a website offering products or services, you can easily accept payments online . This will significantly improve the speed of payment processing and increase your customer satisfaction. Because most customers tend to pay using their credit or debit cards, it is essential for you to have special bank arrangements that will allow you to accept payments online through a secure payment processing system. More >>>

Online Merchant Account

An online merchant account represents a bank account t that enables business owners to pay and accept payments via the Internet. The payments are usually done using a debit or credit card. The difference between a traditional and online merchant account is that the payments are processed using special electronic processing services or tools. More >>>

Checking Account

A checking account is a sum of money that is held in a bank, which the holder can supplement and from which he or she can withdraw funds any time when necessary. There are three most common ways you can withdraw from your account: using a check, via automatic transfer and using a debit card. With so many financial institutions offering online services, you can open or close a checking account fast and easy at any time. More >>>

Imprest Balance

Since companies have regular expenditures related to some minor work activities, it is very important to maintain an imprest balance . This will ensure a consistent flow of petty cash as well as the management of a petty cash fund . This fund must be replenished from time to time to guarantee cash availability to cover minor expenses. More >>>

Imprest Cash Funds

Both types of Imprest Cash Funds are established at an initial fixed amount, which may be adjusted up or down based on changing departmental needs over time. The cash in the fund plus receipts for expenditures should always equal the fixed amount of the fund. Imprest Cash Funds must not be maintained in checking or other bank accounts without specific authorization from the Treasurer’s Office. More >>>

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