Gig Economy

Why Gig Workers Prefer PayPal Over Direct Deposit

A growing group of Americans are eschewing traditional, full-time employment, but that doesn’t mean they’re leaving the workforce entirely. As a result, their payment, or disbursement, preferences are also changing. According to the latest Gig Economy Index, more than one-third of the U.S.

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‘Gig’ Work Is Stifling Old School Bank Payment Models

Gig workers-the independent contractor crowd-are on a healthy growth curve and are the intrepid workforce of the future. They challenge the status quo by forging a new model of work contracts made up of several clients of their choosing.

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The Gig Economy’s $1.2T Digital Payments Potential

A smart entrepreneur dropped out of college, identified an unmet market need and created an entirely new market segment. He did it by establishing a platform that matched an underutilized source of supply with a growing demand for services.

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Payment Issues Take Center Stage in Gig Economy

It’s being treated as victory – perhaps a mild one, but still a win – for workers in the so-called gig economy: A recent ruling from the California Supreme Court makes it more difficult to classify people as independent contractors instead of employees.

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