payment processing

As a freelancer turned business owner, it seems like I'm always invoicing someone or paying an invoice. At first, when my business wasn't much more than an idea, I used Square to accept online payments. It worked perfectly for the first 6 months or so.
Today I want to share something that's been going on behind the scenes here at "She Takes on the World" this year. It's also something that's affected most successful online entrepreneurs I know, and some entrepreneurs have lost their businesses because of it.
The exchange of money is what keeps businesses afloat, so it's crucial that merchants make this process as seamless as possible for their customers. No where is this problem more evident than in the $1 trillion B2B eCommerce industry.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday issued a report detailing a host of failures in basic mortgage payment processing at U.S. financial institutions.
Read the full report. In the years following the 2008 financial crisis, banks were castigated for forging signatures and