Last December, the European Commission introduced the Interchange Fee Regulation (IFR) which pegged merchant fees paid by retailers to their banks for transaction to process card transactions at 0.3pc for credit cards and 0.2pc for debit cards.
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For many of us, time behind the desk is a luxury. Whether telecommuting or traveling for business, the simple fact is that we need to bring our office with us. According to Inc. Magazine, the biggest problem with working outside the office is not having the necessary technological means for work. Here are a few technology must-haves for staying productive away from the office.
Have you ever actually read an article about how to make money online that wasn’t a long winded sales pitch? It got you all excited about how much money you could make, and then right at the bottom you discovered that you had to actually fork out a load of cash to get involved? Unfortunately, these kinds of articles give online money making a bad name. You won’t become an online millionaire overnight, and if you have to hand over a lot of money to get started you’re probably looking at a scam. That said, there are many ways to make money online that don’t require a lot of investment and actually can lead to a full time career. Keep reading for a list of some of the best.
On May 18, 2016, the Obama Administration announced the Department of Labor’s Final Rule updating overtime regulations for millions of low and middle-income employees. The Final Rule automatically extends overtime pay and will protect over four million workers in the first year after it is implemented. This comes after a long effort by the Obama Administration to help low and middle income workers.
Going to school and working full-time can be extremely challenging, and there are many times that you will want to quit before you graduate in order to make life easier on yourself. But rest assured that, whether you are going for your master of public health degree from the University of Arizona or you are getting your MBA from a local college, the effort will be worth it. To stay sane along the way, though, keep reading for a few tips that will help you manage studying and working.