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NAPCP fourth quarter E-News newsletter now available

Thursday, December 8, 2011   (0 Comments)
Members, after signing in, access this edition from the NAPCP E-News webpage.

 
This edition includes...
 
Page 1…A Review of 2011: Anything but Boring for Card Payments
  • 1099 Reporting and Repeal of TIPRA
  • Debit Interchange Regulation in the U.S.
  • EMV/Chip and PIN

Page 2…Partner Sponsor News
Page 2…Three Audio Interviews: Sales and Use Tax, RFPs and Auditing
Page 2…P-Card Best Practices Quiz Results Highlight Opportunities
Page 3…Upcoming Events
Page 3…Quick Tips: Promoting P-Card Usage
Page 3…NAPCP 13th Annual Conference and Workshops
Page 3…States' 1099-Related Requirements
Page 4…RPMG Launches New P-Card Survey
Page 4…Resource Center Additions
Page 4…Visa PerformSource Industry Overviews
Page 4…Official NAPCP Partner Sponsors

This edition, plus all previous editions, are accessible from the E-News webpage for NAPCP members. Members also have access to all archived editions of the NAPCP's newest newsletter, TransAct!
 

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