Financially Legal

Understanding Credit Card Processing Fees for Law Firms

Posted by Emery Wager on January 15, 2020

For many law firms, credit card processing fees are a sizeable item on the income statement. Because there are many types of processing fees, it can be difficult to figure out exactly how much you’re paying and why. At Gravity, we try to simplify this process as much as possible, primarily by offering your firm a fair and transparent pricing structure.

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Topics: Firm Financials, Credit Card Fees, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Oklahoma?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is probably, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in West Virginia?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is probably not. See below for all the details. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Tennessee?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in North Dakota?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Nebraska?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is maybe, but probably not. See below for details.  

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Montana?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Missouri?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Mississippi?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is probably not. See below for all the details. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Minnesota?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Michigan?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is probably not. See below for all the details. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Maine?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is not unless it is done by raising prices by the amount of the charge and then discounting those prices for clients that pay by means other than card. Below are more details. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Louisiana?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Kentucky?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Kansas?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is not unless it is done by raising prices by the amount of the charge and then discounting those prices for clients that pay by means other than card. Below are more details. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Iowa?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is maybe, but probably not. See below for details.  

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Indiana?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is maybe, but probably not. See below for details.  

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Delaware?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Arkansas?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Alaska?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Alabama?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is probably not. See below for all the details. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Wyoming?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Wisconsin?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Vermont?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Virginia?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Utah?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Texas?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is probably, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in South Carolina?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Rhode Island?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

Can Law Firms Charge Clients for Credit Card Fees in Pennsylvania?

Posted by Emery Wager on January 1, 2020

Introduction

The short answer is yes, but there are certain rules and regulations to understand. 

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Topics: Firm Financials, Accounting, Surcharging

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