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I've been a consultant, both independently and through two of the "Big 5" consulting firms, for the majority of my career. I've recently discovered that I have a serious aversion to time-based billing, that's been buried deep down in my subconscious for a while. Because of this discovery, I've ...

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Some people it's security. They're afraid that their credit card information will be stolen. Personally, I pay everything online. You also have the older generation that feel more safe writing a check and paying a bill online.

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Working in consulting I can certainly see your dilemma. We have often thought about billing like that, but ehrn we have compared our fee to the size of the clients business, the clients do not receive it very well. (Close to "Mind your own business!" to put it mildly). By billing by the hour you...

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If you are not employed or otherwise compensated by the hospice company for your services as an attending physician, and have been identified as the attending physician by the patient (important!) you should use the GV modifier for services that are related to treatment of the patient's terminal ...

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Typically these types of partnerships have detailed contracts that lay our which party is responsible for paying out any kind of competition winnings. There could be all kinds of goods/services trading places between the companies so it isn't as clear as "Company B always pays". You would need to...

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The first thing you need to do is clarify your idea. A "mobile wallet" can mean a lot of things. Are you wanting to build an app, a company that partners with credit card providers, or create a vehicle to save on medical bills? You must think about this and research. Once you have clarified you...

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Depends on size of project, time and location commitment. Day, project, hourly and change fees are all common for our small team. Large companies offer different pricing structures.

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We deal with this from time to time at Close.io. Typically the decision maker is one of the users in Close.io so will be the person that enters in a Credit card. In fact, we allow anyone who is an admin to be able to enter a CC number into the app and update the billing settings for the whole g...

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You will probably get more or better responses posting this type of question on a forum for software developers like stackexchange because the people who actually know the answer to your question are most likely people who work at this company or used to work here, who might have signed an NDA th...

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Authorize is my choice. Don't use them directly-- set up your own UI. Though, from a "millionaire" point of view you shouldn't be accepting CC for medium/large marketing jobs to begin with. Any firm with authority should be able to have a "check, money order, or transfer" policy. There are too m...

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