We all love cash. But is it smart to keep cash on you all the time? Here are a few pros and cons of our favorite green paper… Pro: It’s easier to visualize your spending: If you often use a credit
They’ve been the subject of intense debate for several years now, but evidence from the Southeast Acquirers Association annual conference Tuesday shows interest among independent sales organizations in discounts for cash and credit card surcharges is as high as ever.
Cashless payments are all the rage but people in Sweden have been told to squirrel away notes and coins in case of a cyber attack on the nation’s banks. Digital payments offer convenience for both buyers and sellers alike and the Scandinavian
Philadelphia has passed a law requiring most retail establishments to accept cash, making it the first U.S. city to ban a practice critics say is discriminatory.
While I am a cash-only person by circumstance (paid off the credit cards and never reopened accounts), I am so grateful that I live in a cash world. Of course, having only cash is not always convenient and does occasionally
Led by big chains like Amazon Go, Sweetgreen, and Shake Shack, U.S. retailers are fast eliminating cash sales. But cities and states across the country are fighting back. The big picture: They’re moving to outlaw cashless stores because, they say, they
The average Australian carries $76 in cash in their purses or wallets over a week, according to new research released today by NAB. The report explores what role cash plays in the lives of Australian consumers today – how much
NATIONAL REPORT — Frictionless checkout is picking up steam in the convenience channel, with several retailers including Cruizers, Family Express, Enmarket and 7-Eleven implementing the retail technology.
The All Party Parliamentary Small Shops Group (APPG) is calling on the government and the Payment Systems Regulator to urgently implement the recommendations made in last month’s Access to Cash review and protect consumers’ access to cash.
RICHMOND, Va., April 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Doug Pertz, president and chief executive officer of The Brink’s Company (NYSE:BCO), issued the following statement today in response to recent and ongoing media coverage related to the use of cash by