The practice of surcharging is frequently discussed, but rarely completely understood. In this webinar we'll answer all your questions about surcharging, including the history of surcharging, the current laws relating to surcharging in the United States, and how you can enable complaint surcharging in your practice. Whether you're part of a large firm or you're a sole practitioner, you won't want to miss the opportunity to learn about this intricate topic.
- Recount the history of the credit card processing industry and surcharging.
- Discover the current status of surcharging in the U.S.
- Identify how you can implement surcharging in your firm in a compliant fashion.
Who Should Attend
CPAs, managers, owners, and administrators of accounting firms who process client payments.
- Associate Brand Manager
Erika Segal is the Associate Brand Manager for CPACharge. Erika loves speaking about payment solutions and teaching professionals how to make their firm the best it can be. She has experience in communications, marketing, and customer service spanning over ten years.
- Head of Product - Payments Platform
Vinay Nilakantan is the Head of Product for AffiniPay - a fintech company based out of Austin, TX that specializes in payment processing solutions for CPAs. Over the past 3 years, Vinay has been involved in building out the AffiniPay payment platform to transform the way professionals are paid. By introducing alternative payment models like eCheck and now Surcharging, Vinay has brought a significant amount of leverage on how to collect on payments with accounting professionals all over the country. Vinay has a deep background in Product Management with leadership positions in multiple software companies.
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Date & Time
Thursday, April 22, 2021
3:00 PM EDT (see additional timezones)
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