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Juror who prompted calls for new Ghislaine Maxwell trial turns to lawyer who defended Anna Sorokin.
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Business credit cards function similarly to personal credit cards, but they offer some key advantages:
Before applying for a business credit card, you’ll want to start establishing business credit under your company’s name. Here are some tips:
As you build a record of on-time payments over 6+ months, you’ll begin generating a business credit profile, making it easier to get approved for cards. Apps like Nav can help monitor your business credit.
Here are some of the most popular business credit cards to consider:
Chase offers three Ink Business cards with large signup bonuses ($750 – $1000) and various rewards categories:
The Blue Business Plus card from American Express offers 2x Membership Rewards points on every purchase up to $50,000 per year, with no annual fee. Points can be redeemed for cash back, travel, gift cards, or transfers to airline/hotel partners.
Capital One’s Spark cards cater to all stages of business growth with options like:
Be sure to choose the Spark card that aligns with your business expenses and redemption goals.
When used properly, business credit cards can provide financing and rewards to help grow your company. Here are some best practices:
By paying your bill in full each month, you avoid interest charges which saves money. Set payment reminders and automate them if possible.
Consider using business debit/checks for smaller recurring expenses like subscriptions and utilities. Use your credit primarily for larger purchases eligible for rewards.
If you have multiple business cards, divvy up expenses to maximize rewards in different categories like gas, shipping, advertising, etc.
Treat your credit card more like a debit card, by setting a monthly spending cap aligned with your business’s cash flow so you don’t overextend.
Scrutinize each transaction to catch unauthorized charges early. Having a separate card just for your business makes this easier.
Once you have established some credit history under your business name, you can take advantage of 0% APR introductory offers many business cards provide on new purchases and/or balance transfers.
This makes financing major purchases easy and affordable, while allowing you to conserve cash or use money that would go toward payments for other investments.
For example, if facing a $10,000 equipment purchase, you could transfer the balance to a card with a 0% rate for 12-18 months. This would allow you to pay it off slowly over time rather than tapping business funds or savings.
Getting a business credit card early on provides a convenient way to access extra capital, earn rewards, separate expenses, and establish business credit. Be diligent about payments and limiting balances, and your company credit profile will continue to expand – enabling cards with higher limits, lower rates, and better rewards.
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