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Shannon Terrell

Shannon Terrell

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Shannon Terrell is a writer for finder.com who studied communications and English literature at the University of Toronto. On any given day, you can find her researching everything from equine financing and business loans to student debt refinancing and how to start a trust. She loves hot coffee, the smell of fresh books and discovering new ways to save her pennies.

Latest articles by Shannon Terrell

180 articles written by this author

Finsync review

Explore Finsync’s processing, accounting and project management features.

Shannon Terrell 17 January 2020
Finsync review

Industrious Office review

What to consider before you sign up for an Industrious Office membership.

Shannon Terrell 13 January 2020
Industrious Office review

Payanywhere review

This provider specializes in mobile processing but is less forthcoming about fees.

Shannon Terrell 9 January 2020
Payanywhere review

E-commerce

Compare e-commerce platform options by feature, support and selling channel.

Shannon Terrell 9 January 2020
E-commerce

TSYS review

Explore TSYS products, services, hardware options and fees before you apply.

Shannon Terrell 8 January 2020
TSYS review

Novel Coworking review

Need a shared workspace? Novel offers desks and private offices with complimentary beer and coffee. But the conference room costs extra.

Shannon Terrell 7 January 2020
Novel Coworking review

POS systems

Businesses large and small can benefit from POS systems — here’s how.

Shannon Terrell 31 December 2019
POS systems

BluePay review

Explore BluePay’s specialized merchant accounts and payment processing solutions.

Shannon Terrell 27 December 2019
BluePay review

Merchant accounts

Explore merchant account features and fees for small and large businesses.

Shannon Terrell 17 December 2019
Merchant accounts

Payment processing

Dive into the mechanics of payment processing and learn how to pick an ideal provider.

Shannon Terrell 13 December 2019
Payment processing
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