San Diego Journal

NEW! LawPay Introduces New Services for the New Year
Attorney Journal, San Diego, Volume 125 - Issuu.com

LawPay Introduces New Services for the New Year

Attorney Journal, San Diego, Volume 125 - Issuu.com

Get Paid Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: Accept Credit Cards

Technology and trends are changing faster than most non-superheroes can keep up with, much less an attorney attempting to run both a law practice and a business.

AmericanBar.org

Founder of Payment Processing Company Responds to Personal Profile Questions

Statesman.com

Federal Reserve's Final Debit Regulations

The Federal Reserve has just made public its official plan for implementing debit card swipe fee reform as mandated by the Durbin Amendment.

pymnts.com

What's in your Trust Account? When Clients Pay by Credit Card

Ethics Curbstone

“Thank you so much for your diligence in getting our merchant account set up. We are so appreciative of AffiniPay and think that you provide A+ service.”

M. Wright, Esq., Fairfax Bar Association

LawPay Introduces New Services for the New Year

Attorney Journal, San Diego, Volume 125 - Issuu.com

Accepting Credit Cards on the Go

Hundreds of professions are now taking advantage of smartphone and tablet technology to accept payments on the go. If handled correctly, mobile payments can provide additional benefits to attorneys.

AmericanBar.org GP Solo, Jan/Feb 2013

IRS Final Regulations on Payment Card Reporting

IRS.gov

IRS Section 6050W: What is it, and How it Affects Attorneys

LawPay.com

Why it Pays to Accept Credit Cards

Credit and debit card acceptance is an essential practice management tool that is often overlooked as a means to increase revenue and cash flow.

Lawyer's Competitive Edge

Boost the Bottom Line - Accepting Credit and Debit Cards Pays Dividends for Law Firms

ALA Legal Management

Ethical Solutions to Fee Problems

California Bar Journal

The Year's Best in Law Office Management & Technology

Jim Calloway’s Best in Law Office Management and Technology