what is masthead billing based on?

Sophia Jennifer S

Masthead billing (or using it incorrectly) is a more difficult question because it can lead to both a financial investment and a lack of interest. Your bank account may have been hacked, but it’s not your fault. What do you do? I’ve got a lot of great advice that I would like to share.

Like most things it depends on your bank account. When you set up your online account, the bank will give you a number. You are then obligated to the bank to pay the bill in full each month. If you use your online credit card, you are obligated to pay in full each month too. If you’re a small business owner, you may not have that problem because your bank may handle your bills for you.

With online banking, the bill is not due until the next month so you can always pay your bill in full. I would recommend using a credit card if you have a small business. Otherwise you should be able to do so.

This is not to say your online bill pay is not important. It is. But if you use your online bill pay, then you should be using your phone bill to pay. If you don’t have a phone, you should have been using your credit card instead. So, you don’t have to worry about your bill being late.

This is a common misconception. Billing is not based on the due date. You pay your bill the day it is due. For online accounts, this is known as bill-to-bill. Bill-to-bill is one of the big mistakes I see people make. They use the billing system to bill the credit card companies. However, the actual billing is done via the phone bill.

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