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Old 07-26-2012, 04:18 PM
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Billing question, and trimmer question

Hello guys. My name is Rob and I haven't been on in a few years due to my other career path, well construction has dried up (much like the grass) but the landscape business has been paying my mortgage so thank god I kept the equipment.

On to my question. Weekly billing rather then monthly. Is there a program or Ipad type contraption that I could program credit card numbers into that after each cut could be automatically deducted and transferred into my Business account? Instead of that long paper trail?

Second is stihl's fs-90. I run a fs-85 currently and love it but it's been discontinued so I'm guessing the 27.8cc on the 90 will have more torque. Does anyone run this piece of equipment? because I'm looking at buying at least 5 of these for next season.

Thank you for your time.
Rob.
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Old 07-26-2012, 04:51 PM
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Not sure about the stihls, I use echos. For billing I have heard some good things about square up.
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Old 07-26-2012, 06:01 PM
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Not sure about the stihls, I use echos. For billing I have heard some good things about square up.
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The 90 is good. As for credit cards,you better have a good security program and if your holding cc #'s you better call your insurance agent and get coverage in case they are stolen.
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