While it is legal for businesses to charge a convenience for most bills (meaning that there is no law against such practices), there are rules imposed by credit card companies that prevent merchants from charging a convenience fee in most cases. Please visit Visa's website and search for convenience fee and you'll find a great deal of information. As of this writing, convenience fees may be charged for tax payments and a few other areas. As for the tax question, it's best to ask your accountant. However, since the fee would be considered a service and most states don't tax services, this is likely not a taxable item.
Most banks charge nothing if you have a checking account with them. Grocery and convenience stores usually charge a percentage (~3%) for business check cashing.
Neutrons have a neutral charge so there are an arbitrary number of them the number of protons (which have a positive charge) equals the number of electrons (with a negative charge)
Depends on the atm. They all charge different amounts.
According to 339.001 in Chap 4 of the Texas finance code it is illegal for a business to charge a surcharge or a convenience fee on a credit card or debit purchase. Government entities are exempt from this provision
The charge of 96,481 electrons; approximately counted as either 96,490 or 96,500 as per convenience has a charge equivalent to a Coulomb.
electrons and protons are oppositely charged particles. For convenience, we consider electrons to hold a negative charge and protons to hold a positive charge.
Employment agencies will charge businesses different rates depending on what the business is waiting to purchase. If the business is wanting to purchase something expensive the employment agencies will charge a higher price.
An object with equal amounts of positive and negative charge is electrically neutral.
The words are all arbitrary - - - BUT electrons have a "negative" charge and are attracted to a positive voltage. (Opposites attract.)
Yes it i legal to charge for paperwork, but many jurisdictions have fixed amounts they can charge for copying, faxing, etc.
what i can say about Ticketsinventory.com ,it's like the others but the convenience fee is pretty low!!
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A floating charge is a type of security under which all the assets of the business, apart from the ones which are subject to a mortgage or fixed charge, are used as security for the business loan.
That's purely arbitrary, When electricity was first being understood they had to pick a "direction" for current to flow. They guessed wrong.
No. There is no charge at all Twitter is free
It is legal, but against the Merchant Agreement that the club would of signed to process credit cards.
"That depends on what kind of plan it is and how big the business will be. If you have just a small business, you could make a plan yourself. Some consultants charge as much as 10,000 dollars."
the atom with a different number of electrons than protons called "Ion"
That would be an electroneutral object.
Someone in a business who is in charge of accounts.