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CPACharge partners with North Dakota CPA Society for new member benefit
North Dakota CPA Society now offers CPACharge as its newest member benefit, thanks to a new partnership.
CPACharge launches new member benefit for the Missouri Society of CPAs
The Missouri Society of CPAs has selected CPACharge as its newest member benefit partner for online payments.
Texas Society of CPAs adds CPACharge as a member benefit
CPACharge is the Texas Society of CPAs’ newest member benefit partner for payment processing.
Idaho Society of CPAs is the latest CPACharge member benefit partner
The Idaho Society of CPAs will now offer CPACharge to its members as part of a new partnership.
Illinois CPA Society now offers CPACharge as a member discount
Members of the Illinois CPA Society can now receive CPACharge as a member discount as part of a new partnership.
CPACharge welcomes Ohio Society of CPAs as newest member benefit partner
OSCPA members now have access to the only online payment solution created for the accounting industry, with technology that’s trusted by 50,000 professionals.
CPACharge partners with Iowa Society of CPAs as its newest member benefit
ISCPA members can take advantage of the only online payment solution designed specifically for the accounting industry, with easy-to-use payment pages for processing credit, debit, and ACH payments.
Alaska Society of CPAs announced as newest CPACharge member benefit partner
CPACharge brings AKCPA members access to a proven payment solution that’s trusted by more than 50,000 professionals as the easiest way to get paid.
Arkansas Society of CPAs is the newest CPACharge member benefit partner
The Arkansas Society of CPAs has chosen CPACharge as its newest member benefit partner, to provide ASCPA members with simple, affordable online credit, debit, and ACH payment processing, designed to meet CPAs’ unique needs.
AffiniPay launches CPACharge payments integration with CCH Axcess Practice
CPACharge has been selected by Wolters Kluwer to provide CCH Axcess™ Practice users with simple, affordable online credit, debit, and ACH payment processing.
AICPA selects CPACharge as Member Discount Partner for online payments
As the proven payment solution for the accounting industry, CPACharge will provide AICPA members with simple, affordable online credit, debit, and ACH payment processing.
AffiniPay Ranked in Austin Business Journal’s Fast 50 for 5th Consecutive Year
AffiniPay LLC was ranked #12 in the 2017 Austin Business Journal’s list of the fastest growing private companies in Central Texas.
New integration between Invoiced and AffiniPay announced
We are excited to announce a new integration with our proprietary payment technology and Invoiced.
For the sixth consecutive year, AffiniPay appears on the Inc. 5000 list
Today, Inc. magazine ranked AffiniPay No. 2110 on its 36th annual Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country.
CPACharge partners with Michigan Association of CPAs to offer valuable member benefit
We’re excited to announce the Michigan Association of CPAs has joined forces with CPACharge to become the newest partner in our valued member benefits program.
AffiniPay expands leadership team to support continued growth
AffiniPay has hired two new VP-level executives to support continued revenue and staff growth.
AffiniPay Ranked #16 in Austin Business Journal’s Fast 50
Last night AffiniPay LLC, the parent company behind the popular LawPay and CPACharge payment solutions, was ranked #16 in the 2016 Austin Business Journal’s Fast 50.
AffiniPay Ranked on Inc. 5000 for Fifth Consecutive Year
Today, Inc. magazine ranked AffiniPay No. 2219 on its 35th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the country.
AffiniPay Chief Financial Officer, John Porter, Recognized as Finalist for 2016 Best CFO Award
John Porter, AffiniPay’s CFO, was recently recognized as a finalist for the Austin Business Journal’s 2016 Best CFO award.
AffiniPay CEO, Amy Porter, Named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2016 for Central Texas
EY announced today that Amy Porter, CEO and Founder of AffiniPay, received the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2016 Award in the Financial Technology category for the Central Texas region.
Arizona CPAs Partner with CPACharge
The Arizona CPA Society has chosen to partner with CPACharge by offering it as a member benefit.
LawPay featured in CIO Story
LawPay: Focused On Providing Payment Solutions for the Legal Industry.
LawPay featured in the ABA Journal
Plastic payments’ have their risks and their rewards.
LawPay Mobile Application Now Available on the Apple App Store
LawPay, the premier payment processor to the legal industry, launches mobile application to the Apple app store.
AffiniPay Named to Austin Business Journal's List of Fastest-Growing Companies in Central Texas
Company climbs rankings in Austin Business Journal’s Top 50 fastest growing companies in Central Texas.
The District of Columbia Bar to Offer New Member Benefits
The District of Columbia Bar Association partners with LawPay to provide newest benefits to its members.
AffiniPay Named to Inc. Magazines List of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies for the Second Consecutive Year
AffiniPay Ranks No. 1328 on the 2013 Inc. 500/5000 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 304%.
The American Bar Association Partners with LawPay to Offer Credit Card Processing to Members
The American Bar Association and LawPay introduce new member benefit program offering credit card processing to members.
LawPay Introduces New Services for the New Year
Accepting Credit Cards on the Go
Hundreds of professions are now taking advantage of smartphone and tablet technology to accept payments on the go. If handled correctly, mobile payments can provide additional benefits to attorneys.
Get Paid Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: Accept Credit Cards
Technology and trends are changing faster than most non-superheroes can keep up with, much less an attorney attempting to run both a law practice and a business.