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Business Credit Card

Is it time to get rid of corporate credit cards? Written by Geoff Williams June 20, 2012 Should people start using their personal credit cards for business? A recent issue of Cardbeat, a report published by Auriemma Consulting Group, found that just more than one in five (21 percent) credit card users make business-related purchases with their personal credit cards, which is a big drop from a few years ago when 62 percent [...] Posted in: Business Credit Card
Entrepreneur Alert: Your business credit card may not work the way you think it does. Written by Geoff Williams May 31, 2011 Business owners, beware. Or at least be wary. That's the warning from a new study by the Pew Charitable Trusts, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit that does a lot of research to help affect policy, and they've been on a tear lately with studies on credit cards, having just come out with one about late fees. Their most recent [...] Posted in: Business Credit Card
Accepting Credit Cards- Does it Make Sense for Your Small Business? Written by CardRatings.com March 8, 2006   Any decision a small business owner makes must be carefully weighed by all the pros and cons—especially decisions that affect your bottom line. One of those decisions is whether or not to accept credit cards as a form of payment. While accepting credit cards has many advantages and makes sense for most companies, you may [...] Posted in: Business Credit Card
American Express Launches New Platinum Business Premium Cash Rebate Credit Card Written by CardRatings.com May 17, 2005 EDITOR'S NOTE:  THIS OFFER EXPIRED AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.  The success of cash rebate cards continues to help fuel American Express' growth in the US as they unveiled another business cash rebate card for high-spending small business owners. The new "Platinum Business Premium Cash Rebate Card" carries no annual fee and offers up to [...] Posted in: Business Credit Card
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