Redesigning your business website can be a daunting task for many small business owners. If your current website is outdated and not performing as well as you'd like, chances are it's time to update.
If you did any traveling for your small business throughout the last financial year, you may be eligible to deduct some of your travel expenses. The key to keeping up with expensing your business travel is to remember to enter any costs you incur into your bookkeeping software and retain receipts.
Mobile commerce is a complex business – and as a fellow business owner, you can understand how fast an industry can change. PayAnywhere is dedicated to providing our merchants with a seamless and easy to use pay-as-you-go service. In order to continue providing a high standard of quality for our actively processing merchants, we are implementing a monthly inactivity fee for any inactive pay-as-you-go accounts that haven’t processed a single transaction in the last 12 calendar months. If you have a PayAnywhere account and you haven’t processed a transaction within the last 12 months, you will now be charged a nominal Monthly Inactivity Fee of $3.99.
Your store is ready for Small Business Saturday, but are your social media channels? Your social media can help you on Small Business Saturday, it can help you get the word out, increase brand awareness and bring feet in the door or to your website on a day where all eyes are on small businesses in their community. Prepare for Small Business Saturday with these tips from PayAnywhere. Watch now!
On Nov. 19 at 12 p.m. PayAnywhere will be hosting a Small Business Saturday webinar aimed at helping you promote your business for the upcoming shopping holiday. We will be sharing social media tips and tricks that you can use to get the word out about Small Business Saturday and your local business. This webinar is free and will give you valuable information that you can use to increase your profitability this Small Business Saturday.