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The Business of Revenue Models

The Business of Revenue Models

(HuffingtonPost.com) – By Sophie Gold: I am often asked by my clients, “Sophie, how can I work smart vs. working hard and how can I stop going through the feast and famine cycle?” The answer is to structure a lucrative revenue model that doesn’t exchange dollar for hours. When you exchange dollars for hours you [...]

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Merchant service providers are the real winners under new debit fee caps

Merchant service providers are the real winners under new debit fee caps

(Examiner.Com) – After the first few months under the new debit fee caps, local businesses are opening their merchant statements and asking themselves, where’s the savings? While big banks may be whining about lost fees from the Durbin Amendment, that’s only half the story. What they aren’t telling you is that their merchant services divisions [...]

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Personal Finance: Bank Transfer Day Saw 600,000 Switch

Personal Finance: Bank Transfer Day Saw 600,000 Switch

(Reuters) – More than 600,000 U.S. consumers have moved their money from big banks to community banks or credit unions, thanks to the much-publicized Bank Transfer Day last fall, according to an analysis released by Javelin Strategy & Research. The grassroots campaign to get people to shift out of big banks capitalized on the nationwide [...]

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