My wife and I on a very small barbecue restaurant in Tennessee. Our business has always been family run, and we've been really lucky the last few years to actually watch it grow during these tough economic times. Last month, we knew we needed to figure out a way to accept credit card payments at the restaurant since up until then, we had only accepted cash in the store since processing was rather expensive. We did some research and actually found some reasonable rates, and now we are much more professional when it comes to taking credit cards. I hate having to deal with all the technical stuff like that, since I would much rather be in the kitchen, but I guess it's all part of owning your own business. My wife is really good at handling the books and all of our vendor relationships, so this definitely just falls in that bucket. Hopefully business will continue to thrive and we'll have money to make even more improvements by the time the new year rolls around.