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Squaring out your Business

Squaring out your Business

No, really, it’s an app called “Square” which has the potential to make the old-fashioned cash register, or even modern business operating systems, obsolete. Because it is still a service, it relies on Square’s individualized card reader for swiping credit cards and charges 2.75% per transaction using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. But a major upside is that for many retailers, sales data isn’t readily available until a long receipt is printed out at the end of the day. But with “Square,”  business owners can access sales data immediately from the browser. How convenient!

Chris Gregorio

Chris Gregorio works in the field of immigration law. Chris grew up on Long Island and graduated from Boston College in 2010. Chris enjoys travelling and sports.