Hello and welcome to the CPACharge Blog! Below you will find everything you need to know about accepting payments in your firm! As the experts in payment processing for the legal industry, CPACharge is your guide to getting paid and staying up to date on industry trends.
Security Step Part 5: Secure Sensitive Data
What can you do to ensure sensitive data remains protected, regardless of its state or location? This post has some guidelines to keep in mind.
Security Step Part 4: Protect Internal Systems
Use your firewall, antivirus software, automatic updates, and more to protect your firm’s systems from hackers.
New Infographic: How People Prefer to Pay Today
Check out our new infographic below to learn more about the payment trends driving client expectations in the modern service economy.
Security Step Part 3: Fortify Your Network
Secure your firm’s Wi-Fi network with a few important changes to your network configuration.
Security Series Part 2: Strengthen Your Passwords
Every IT asset in your firm has a shared security characteristic—it’s only as secure as the password protecting it.
CPA Firm Spotlight: Cantor Forensic Accounting
This month, we’re thrilled to feature Cantor Forensic Accounting, PLLC, a family law CPA firm in Chandler, Arizona.
Security Series Part 1: Take Stock of Your IT Assets
To secure your technological infrastructure, you first need to know what you’re working with. This means taking an inventory of your firm’s IT assets.
10 Tips for Incorporating Online Payments into Your Firm
Today, people expect the option to pay by credit card or ACH, and the vast majority—75 percent—prefer it. Give clients what they want by incorporating online payments into your practice.
How Third-Party Vendors are Helping CPAs Protect Client Data
Today’s accounting professionals know that data security is a more urgent concern than ever.
Getting Paid: 5 Things All CPAs Need to Know
Implementing a few simple billing and collection habits will modernize the way you accept client payments and prioritize your firm’s cash flow.