Authors

Curtis Arnold
Curtis Arnold, Editor-in-Chief
Joe Taylor
Joe Taylor Jr., Reporter
Amber Stubbs
Amber Stubbs, Managing Editor

Business Credit Cards

  • How to handle your first company credit card

    Once you reach a certain level of responsibility at work, you may be chosen for a company credit card. You won't be alone, either -- ABC News reported that Americans charged $140 billion on corporate cards in 2009. Corporate credit cards are often used to help streamline a company's financial logistics, or to demonstrate to [...]

  • 5 credit card tips for the new business owner

    Small-business owners are in a quandary these days. They want access to credit and liquidity, but they're not really using business credit cards to get the job done. About half of U.S. small-business owners say access to capital is a barrier to growth right now, according to the New York Federal Reserve's Small Business Credit Survey. [...]

  • Company credit cards: What you need to know

    There seems to be a lot of confusion out there on how to use a company credit card. True, millions of people use them every day without making the news, but in recent months, there have been a lot of local headlines about employees getting in hot water for how they've managed their business credit [...]

  • 6 best credit cards for your small business

    In the wake of the 2008 recession and the shrinking of the credit market, as many as two out of three small business owners still worry about cash flow, according to a 2011 study commissioned by American Express. But there is good news. After some much-needed regrouping, major credit card issuers have started courting entrepreneurs [...]

  • Finance your start-up with credit cards? Google did.

    "Guitar Hero III: Legends of the Rock" recently became the highest-grossing game in U.S. history. And to think Charles Huang, the former partner of Harmonix and designer of the little plastic guitars, maxed out his credit cards to finance the company in 2007. Same with Sergey Brin and Larry Page, who used plastic [...]

  • Major Small Business Credit Card Issuer Still Committed to Extending Credit

    You cannot read any credit related news without hearing how consumers are getting squeezed by higher credit card interest rates, credit restrictions and other negative account changes. Small business credit cards suffer from many of the same challenges. For example, Advanta and Office Max are no longer issuing business credit cards. Many small business card issuers [...]