Business Credit Card Reviews


Credit Cards For Start Up Business Owners

Posted in Uncategorized by businesscreditcardsite on September 4, 2008
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It’s certainly no secret that credit card companies are clamoring for our business and are in constant competition with one another to get it. And, when it comes to being approved for a business loan, it’s definitely easier to obtain a credit card if you need the funds to try your hand at becoming an entrepreneur. But, like most things, there are also disadvantages to consider as the easier it is to get credit cards, the easier it is to abuse them and find yourself drowning in debt just a short year or so down the road.

The savvy business owner, regardless of the actual type or size of business they run, loves to earn money while making money, and it is possible to do just that using a credit card for your start up business efforts. Most all major credit card companies, including MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express, have several programs tailored specifically for small business owners that will vary by incentives, benefits, and of course, the interest rates. The trick lies in finding the one, or two if need be, that would be the best for your particular type of company based on what you’ll be using the card for the most.

Will traveling or meeting with clients be a prevalent aspect of your business? If so you’ll want to consider a credit card company that rewards its cardholders with perks or incentives based around travel, such as frequent flyer miles or discounts toward hotel stays and car rentals. If, on the other hand, you will be conducting business from a home office or other location and will need to buy equipment, whether it be computers to work with or inventory to sell, you’ll want a card that offers money back on purchases made as an incentive.

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Small Business Credit Cards – Helping You Meet Your Market Demands

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