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Added November 26, 2010 from: Beverly Blair Harzog
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Answered By Beverly Blair Harzog: The CARD Act of 2009 offers protections for consumer credit cards, but not for business credit cards. As a result, the interest rates on business cards, which are also called professional cards, have increased. You also don't get protected from retroactive increases like you would on a consumer card. Since you won't be carrying a balance, these issues shouldn't affect you, but you should be aware of them in case your ability to pay off your balance every month changes.

You don't specify the type of rewards you're looking for. There are a variety of business credit and charge cards available today that offer travel rewards, cash back, flexible payment options and access to business concierge 24/7. Take a look at our list of business credit and charge cards for some options that may fit your business needs.

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