Bench Announces New Collaboration with Visa for Small Business Cardholders


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February 9, 2023

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Bench is excited to announce a new collaboration with Visa, a world leader in digital payments, as they roll out new offers to Visa Small Business cardholders.

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Bench is among Visa’s new offerings aimed to help small and micro businesses (SMBs) accept digital payments, fine-tune their essential systems, and save on the technology needed to grow and build business resilience. With Visa SavingsEdge, eligible Visa Small Business cardholders can unlock automatic savings and discounts on business-related services and goods through their card issuer, including a brand-new offer from Bench Accounting.

“Bench’s mission is to help every business owner thrive by providing real-time financial insight and peace of mind in one platform,” said Dan Weckend, Bench’s Vice President of Partnerships. “This is highly aligned with Visa’s dedication to supporting small businesses as they grow, and build resilience. We’re excited to grow this relationship with Visa to help make financial literacy resources and professional support accessible to more entrepreneurs.”

Bench gives businesses an all-in-one bookkeeping, tax, and advisory solution, without the costly CPA price tag. Unlike traditional accounting software, Bench isn’t do-it-yourself—a dedicated bookkeeper handles all bookkeeping tasks, giving business owners valuable hours back in their schedule. This hands-off approach additionally offers peace of mind that their books are always complete and error-free.

Visa Small Business cardholders can now enjoy their first month of Bench free, plus 30% off the next three months by signing up through Visa SavingsEdge.

This post is to be used for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal, business, or tax advice. Each person should consult his or her own attorney, business advisor, or tax advisor with respect to matters referenced in this post. Bench assumes no liability for actions taken in reliance upon the information contained herein.
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