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As we all know, business credit cards are used by small business owners for a number of different purposes. Some use them to finance business expenses, while others use them for tracking purposes, rewards, and convenience. Below we have listed credit cards from top banks and issuers for which business owners may qualify. Some of these credit cards are exclusively considered business credit cards and require both an EIN (or TIN) and an SSN in order to apply, while others are general consumer credit cards that business owners find equally useful and require only an SSN. Use the controls on the left and find the business credit card that works best for your needs.

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    The Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN

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    • BALANCE MUST BE PAID IN FULL EVERY MONTH
    • REGULAR RATENot Applicable for Charge Cards
    ANNUAL FEE None 1st yr, $175 after
    REWARDS Points
    BASE EARN 1 point / $1
    MAX EARN 3 points / $1
    • Get 25,000 Membership Rewards® points after you spend $5,000 in purchases on the Card within the first 3 months of Card Membership.
    • Built with business-sized purchasing power and fast rewards.
    • 3X points on airfare purchased directly from airlines.
    • 2X points on US purchases for advertising in select media, shipping, at gas stations, and made directly from select computer hardware, software, and cloud computing providers.
    • Up to $100,000 in each category per year, then 1 point.
    • Use points to entertain clients, reward employees, reduce travel costs, or just offset the everyday expenses of moving your business forward.

     
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    SimplyCash® Business Card from American Express

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    • 0% PURCHASES 9 months
    • 0% TRANSFERS Not Offered
    • REGULAR RATE 12.24% - 19.24% (V)
    ANNUAL FEE $0
    REWARDS Cash Back
    BONUS $250
    BASE EARN 1%
    MAX EARN 5%
    • Limited Time Offer: You can get a $250 statement credit after you spend $3,000 on qualifying purchases within the first 3 months of Card Membership.
    • To be eligible for this offer, you must be approved by April 28, 2014.
    • With no annual membership fee, it’s a smart choice for your business.
    • 5% at U.S. office supply stores & on wireless telephone services purchased directly from U.S. service providers.
    • 3% on the category of your choice.
    • 1% on other purchases.
    • 5% and 3% apply to purchases up to $25,000 per rebate year then 1% thereafter. Cash back earned is automatically credited to your statement.

     
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    The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN

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    • BALANCE MUST BE PAID IN FULL EVERY MONTH
    • REGULAR RATENot Applicable for Charge Cards
    ANNUAL FEE $450
    REWARDS Points
    BASE EARN 1 point / $1
    MAX EARN 2 points / $1
    • Welcome Offer: Get 40,000 Membership Rewards® points after you spend $5,000 in purchases on the Card within your first 3 months of Card Membership. †
    • 20% Travel Bonus when using Membership Rewards® Pay with Points.
    • A Premium Card with access to over 40 benefits to help power your business.
    • Complimentary access to 600+ participating airport lounges through Priority Pass™ Select
    • Business Platinum Concierge is like your own assistant, ready to help you with just about anything personal or professional, 24 hours a day.

     
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    Capital One® Spark® Cash for Business

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    • 0% PURCHASES Not Offered
    • 0% TRANSFERS Not Offered
    • REGULAR RATE 13.9% - 20.9% (V)
    ANNUAL FEE $0 for 1st yr, $59 after
    REWARDS Cash Back
    BONUS $250
    BASE EARN 2%
    MAX EARN 2%
    • Earn 2% cash back on every purchase, every day.
    • Get a $250 cash bonus—just spend $5,000 on purchases within the first 3 months.
    • Receive a $50 cash bonus by signing up for one or more employee cards.
    • Redeem cash rewards anytime, for any amount, even set up automatic redemption.
    • Earn unlimited cash rewards that don't expire.

     
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    Ink Cash® Business Card

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    • 0% PURCHASES 12 months
    • 0% TRANSFERS 12 months ;   Fee.....3%
    • REGULAR RATE 13.24% (V)
    ANNUAL FEE None
    REWARDS Cash Back
    BONUS $200
    BASE EARN 1%
    MAX EARN 5%
    • Earn $200 bonus cash back after you spend $3,000 in the first 3 months from account opening.
    • 5% cash back on the first $25,000 spent annually at office supply stores, and on cellular phone, landline, internet, and cable TV services.
    • 2% cash back on the first $25,000 spent annually at gas stations and restaurants.
    • 1% cash back on all other card purchases with no limit to the amount you can earn.

     
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    Capital One® SparkSM Classic for Business

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    • 0% PURCHASES Not Offered
    • 0% TRANSFERS Not Offered
    • REGULAR RATE 22.9% (V)
    ANNUAL FEE None
    REWARDS Cash Back
    BONUS None
    BASE EARN 1%
    MAX EARN 1%
    • Earn 1% cash back on every purchase, every day.

     
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    Capital One® Spark® Miles Select for Business

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    • 0% PURCHASES until October 2014
    • 0% TRANSFERS Not Offered
    • REGULAR RATE 12.9% - 20.9% (V)
    ANNUAL FEE None
    REWARDS Miles
    BASE EARN 1.5 miles / $1
    MAX EARN 1.5 miles / $1
    • Earn 1.5 miles per dollar on every purchase, every day.
    • Plus, a one-time bonus of 10,000 miles once you spend $3,000 on purchases within the first 3 months.
    • There's no limit to the amount of miles you can earn and miles don't expire.
    • Fly on any airline, anytime, with no blackout dates or seat restrictions.

     
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    Credit One Bank® Credit Card with Gas Rewards

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    • ANNUAL FEE $35 - $99
    • MONTHLY FEE None
    • ONE-TIME FEES None
    • REGULAR RATE 17.9% - 23.9% (V)
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    First Progress Platinum Select MasterCard® Secured Credit Card

    Secured Credit Card Application from First Progress
    • SECURED CREDIT CARD Min Deposit of $300
    • ANNUAL FEE $39
    • MONTHLY FEE None
    • ONE-TIME FEES None
    • REGULAR RATE 14.99% (V)
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    Ink Bold ® Business Card

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    • BALANCE MUST BE PAID IN FULL EVERY MONTH
    • REGULAR RATENot Applicable for Charge Cards
    ANNUAL FEE None 1st yr, $95 after
    REWARDS Points
    BASE EARN 1 point / $1
    MAX EARN 5 points / $1
    • Earn 50,000 bonus points after you spend $5,000 in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $625 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
    • No interest charges because you pay your balance in full each month.
    • Earn 5X points per $1 on the first $50,000 spent annually at office supply stores, and on cellular phone, landline, internet, and cable TV services.
    • 1:1 point transfer to leading frequent travel programs with no transfer fees.

     
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    Why apply for a business credit card?

    By: Odysseas Papadimitriou Simply put, credit cards for small business bring certain characteristics and utilities to the table that general-consumer credit cards do not. For example, small business credit cards allow you to easily track business spending, and many offer quarterly as well as end-of-year expense reports that simplify tax season and are conducive to company spending analysis. They also make it easy to issue each employee his or her own card as well as customize and change the limits of these cards as needed. In addition, business credit card accounts allow you to earn rewards on employee spending and get heightened savings on important business expenses, such as office supplies and telecommunication services. Filling out a business credit card application is therefore not only the first step toward garnering a spending vehicle for your company, but is also a way to simplify and improve your business operations.

    Why not apply for a business credit card?

    By: John Kiernan Unfortunately, business credit cards were not included in the credit card industry reform legislation—the CARD Act—that was enacted toward the tail-end of the Great Recession and has proven quite successful in both increasing transparency within the general-consumer credit card market and improving consumer rights. “Small business credit cards should have the same protections as consumers under the Act,” according to Dr. Peter Nigro, Sarkisian Chair in Financial Services at Bryant University. “Why were they not? Politicians wanted to appease the credit card companies and give them another revenue stream that was taken away by new consumer regulations. Sad but true.”

    The biggest downside of this exclusion is the fact that the CARD Act provision prohibiting issuers from increasing interest rates on existing debt without cause does not apply to most business credit cards. It’s dangerous to revolve a balance on a small business credit card since your interest rates can therefore change at any time and for whatever reason. If your intent is to fund your company’s operations, do not apply for a business credit card, apply instead for a general-consumer credit card.

    What credit standing is needed to get a business credit card?

    By: Odysseas Papadimitriou Like general-consumer credit cards, business credit cards are available to people of all credit levels. Also like regular credit cards, if you will, a small business credit card’s rewards and other benefits increase based on credit standing, while the fees and rates generally decrease.

    Interestingly and contrary to many people’s beliefs, while a company’s credit standing is taken into account for business credit card approval, the small business owner’s personal credit score is actually the key deciding factor. Therefore, when starting a small business, for example, you should apply for a business credit card that is marketed for someone of your credit stature and avoid falling into the trap of looking for business credit cards for new businesses. If you are unsure of your credit standing, try our free credit estimator.

    Are there any business credit cards with no personal guarantee?

    By: Odysseas Papadimitriou We get this question all the time. People want to avoid bringing their work home with them, not only mentally and emotionally, but financially as well. They want their business spending to be their business spending, and not in any way connected to their personal finances. That way their family’s financial well-being would not be at risk should their venture fail.

    Unfortunately, CardHub research has shown that all major business credit card issuers require personal liability for business card use and relay monthly usage information to the owners’ personal credit reports. In fact, we are only aware of one business credit card with no personal guarantee: U.S. Bank’s Visa Signature Company Credit Card, which is targeted to companies with $1 million to 10 million in annual revenue.

    The long-held notion that business credit cards provide personal liability protection by limiting responsibility for debt and default to one’s business is therefore little more than a common myth. The falsity of such a belief is further evidenced by the fact that business credit card applications require you to provide your Social Security Number (SSN) in addition to your company’s Federal Tax Identification Number, or Employment Identification Number (EIN). Additionally, most business credit card applications clearly disclose liability policies.

    Small businesses simply aren’t large enough entities to warrant limited liability. They are generally funded by one person or a few individuals, whose personal finances are directly connected to the company’s. “Small business credit cards that are issued to owners of pass-through businesses are equivalent of individual ownership and likely treated as such,” says Dr. William Dunkelberg, Emeritus Professor of Economics at Temple University. Banks therefore view joint liability between a company and its owner(s) as more than justified.

    With a larger company, on the other hand, ownership as well as responsibility for the misuse of credit are likely to be far more segmented and the business’ financial assets far more substantial. This dynamic makes limited liability, in turn, far more appropriate for a larger company than for a small business.

    While you cannot mitigate your personal liability as a small business credit card user, you can decrease the chances that it will come into play by approaching business spending strategically and opening credit cards with the best rates and lowest fees. After all, the best defense against liability problems is intelligent business decision making.

    Can I use a business credit card for personal spending and vice versa?

    By: Odysseas Papadimitriou Yes, you can both use your small business credit card to make personal purchases and use a personal credit card to make business purchases. In fact, it’s a good strategy. Business credit cards often have rewards on things like office supplies that are unmatched by personal credit cards, making leveraging your business card rewards to save on something like back-to-school shopping worthwhile. On the other hand, you can use a personal credit card for small business funding in order to garner CARD Act coverage and avoid unexpected and unwarranted interest rate increases on your existing credit card balances.
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    Help others find the best business credit cards by sharing what your deciding factor was when choosing your card (customer service, interest rate, fees, convenience, rewards, etc.)

     
    April 2, 2014
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    By: Scott Daly
    My business just recently started using a credit card after years of doing everything through ACH out of our checking account. It has been a phenomenal transition. Credit cards are just easier to use than ACH. We have a card that we use and pay off at the end of the month as well as a card that ties directly to our bank account. It makes it much, much easier to deal with suppliers. With ACH set up, there is often a lapse in establishing your account as well as a delay in processing which constantly would mess up our anticipated cash flows. With credit cards, we are able to set up a supplier account and have it approved the same day and payments come out when we actually order stuff, not after a delay thanks to the extended ACH processing we would often run into. Depending on the volume of business you do on a credit card, you could either go with a rewards targeted card, a cash back, or a low APR. It really depends on your situation. In our case, we carry a cash back card which saves us on our overall supply costs.
    March 24, 2014
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    By: Justin Parker
    I think credit cards are essential to business owners. I run a small photography business and, depending on resources, I often pay for everything on my credit card then pay it off as soon as I am paid for a job. I use and recommend the Chase Ink Cash card. The 13% interest rate is low enough that, should something go horrible wrong and I have to carry a balance, it will not cripple me with fees. I get bonus rewards that I can use toward gas purchases, which is extremely helpful since I drive a lot to get to jobs. Having a credit card that I use exclusively for my business allows me to be more liberal and flexible with my spending, knowing that I can pay off the balance within 30-90 days. Also, making all of my purchases on this card allows me to easily track my spending when I am preparing my quarterly taxes, versus spreading the spending around between credit cards, bank accounts, savings accounts, etc. As a bonus, the Chase Ink Cash card offers 0% APR for the first 12 months, which allows you to make some big purchases right off the bat to help get your business going, if that is necessary.
    March 18, 2014
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    By: Karrie Bauer
    I think business credit cards are very useful for businesses because they allow them to track expenses more easily. A lot of business cards also offer incentives or cash back rewards.
    March 12, 2014
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    By: Casi Danielle
    I use Chase's line of credit cards and I travel a lot by car for my work, and I love how I can get a good percentage back on gas purchases. As a result, a business card like Chase's can be very helpful for business users across the nation.
    March 11, 2014
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    By: Sam Simmons
    I use my Ink Cash Business Card for most of my purchases. I travel a lot by car for my work, and I love how I can get a good percentage back on gas purchases. I also appreciate not having to pay an annual fee every year. It takes the pressure off to spend at a certain level (so that the fee becomes worth paying -- I don't need to think about any of that!). I would recommend this card to anyone who needs a card that gives a cash back percentage and who spends a large amount of money on gas.
    March 9, 2014
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    By: Brent Eickhoff
    Credit cards are sometimes a necessity when it comes to making big purchases or even being able to make a purchase that helps provide a comfortable lifestyle for many. What I mean by this is that there are some payments, for example bills, that are a necessary evil in terms of money. A credit card can ensure that people are able to afford some of the other things in life that are less necessary but still provide a better way of living. Chase's Ink Cash Business Card is something that fits nicely into this sort of business model, as business bills can total even more. The Ink Cash Business Card is a godsend for some companies, as it allows 5% back on the first $25,000 annually spent on many aspects of a business, such as internet or phone services. As a result, a business card like Chase's can be very helpful for business users across the nation.
    March 6, 2014
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    By: Krys MacKinnon
    Credit cards overall are a useful tool for any consumer but as well businesses. A credit card provides ways for the user to keep track of purchases which allows for the user to see the trends in how much things cost over time. Which is a useful tool for businesses that would like to pay attention to the cost of their inventory. But also credit cards provide protection for the user against fraudulent charges if something were to occur. Plus having a business credit card allows for a safety net for when things that were not expected occur because you can place the bill on your credit card and make the payment when needed.If I were to apply for a credit card then I would apply for the Capital One card referred to as the Ink Cash Business Card, because the card has zero annual fees, cash back features, a $200 bonus, with 1-5% base earnings.
    February 20, 2014
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    By: Dyndee Ricardo
    This business credit card is truly helpful. Aside from its helpfulness as a card itself for doing literal credit purchases, one can easily track down expenses in each month or in a year or two for that matter, since everything will be recorded during the billing of the purchases incurred in a particular period of time. Indeed, to reiterate, it does truly help one study his expenditures for whatever purposes such as taxation or business analysis. Let's be wise nowadays by using a business credit card and avail of the help "the trend of time" has naturally offered.
    February 20, 2014
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    By: Savin Jameson
    When thinking about starting a small business, a lot of unexpected expenses can arise. By utilizing a business credit card, you can be certain that these unexpected events won't throw your business in to turmoil. For me, the most important thing when considering a small business credit card is the interest rate. I don't want to be paying off something for an extended period of time and gather tremendous amounts of additional debt due to one surprise expense. For me, American Express offered the best interest rate, coupled with unexpected additional services that have helped me find comfort in knowing that my business will be safe.
    February 3, 2014
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    By: Keith Mouras
    My partner and I started a small business a few years ago. When we first began, we each used our personal credit cards to cover the cost of supplies and items we required to keep the business going. It became pretty apparent we were both spending too much time trying to separate business related expenses from personal expenses. We applied for and received a Capital One Venture card we use only for business expenses. We have used the card for a couple of years now and not only have we eliminated the need to separate business from personal expenses, we have used the points earned to cover travel expenses.
    January 31, 2014
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    By: Terri Coy
    I think that having a credit card specifically for your business can be very helpful. I am a small business owner myself, and having my credit card has been vital to keeping my business alive. There have been times when I needed to purchase something that I needed but I didn't have enough money. Being able to purchase what I needed allowed my business to profit more in the end. I recommend the Capital One Spark Miles Select for Business because you can work on getting free miles, which will also cut back on business expenses if you travel for your business. Or you can just use them to take a much needed vacation!
    January 27, 2014
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    By: Shaz Ron
    The business rewards I think are most useful are the ones that reward you for shopping somewhere you often shop at for business purposes. I have the TrueEarnings Business Card from Costco and American Express for my job at the college snack shop. Most of the merchandise we stock at the college snack shop are bought from Costco and resold at the snack shop, and so the TrueEarnings Business Card from Costco and American Express is perfect for my use. There is no annual fee with a paid Costco membership, which is a plus, and I get 1% cashback from all the purchases I make at Costco to restock the snack shop, not to mention a 4% cashback on all gas stations including Costco, which is an added bonus when I am refueling the company car for the trips that I take on it for work purposes.
    January 17, 2014
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    By: Brandon Hellman
    Credit cards are a necessary item for any business owner, but especially small business owners. A lot of the time, you need to spend money to make money, so putting that on a credit card will allow you to have some capital when you need it. A good card for this is the Ink Cash Business Card, as it has no interest for 6 months and no annual fee, allowing you to jump start your business.
    January 16, 2014
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    By: Marci Bushnell
    I used to do a lot of drop shipping on eBay. Having a business credit card really helped with customer satisfaction. I was able to make sure orders were sent out directly to customers, before I was able to see any of the profit at all. But previously I would have to wait 2 weeks before shipping products. Once I found a card with a low enough rate everything was great!
    January 13, 2014
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    By: Andrew Kunkle
    It's definitely necessary to have a business credit card if you're running a small business. You never want to get caught in a situation where you have a work expense, and no way to cover it. Many of the above cards also offer incentives, such as cash back and airline miles. These start to add up and can eventually really become a solid reward.
    January 11, 2014
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    By: Lucy Morgan
    I use a business credit card for my side venture, and it has been an indispensable tool. Twice I used a cash advance to pay for my location rent when two to three out of six of my clients failed to pay their bill around the same time. This was in 2009 when the economy hit rock-bottom. The card saved me from getting my business evicted. I think it is always good to have a business credit card in case of emergencies.
    January 8, 2014
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    By: Doug MyVegas
    I think all business owners should have at least one business credit card, but probably should have two of them. You never know when an unexpected expense might come up and you will need to resolve the problem quickly. Also and probably most importantly, you will have many expenses that you could leverage to earn a lot of rewards if paired with the correct rewards credit card. SimplyCash Business Card from Amex is a good example of ways to leverage required spending into free perks.
    January 7, 2014
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    By: Bambi Jo
    I highly recommend the Blue for Business Card from American Express. There are many positives about this card including no annual fee, a competitive interest rate, and an available opening balance transfer of 0% for 9 months. What I love about this card is that you earn points on all your purchases and those points can then be redeemed for gift cards and certificates from over 500 different brands ranging from retail, travel, and entertainment. Plus you get 10,000 points once you make your first purchase which is equivalent to $100 worth of rewards. I think this is a great card for business owners because you can use it for all your business expenses and earn rewards that can then be used for business or personal travel and entertainment. On top of that, you are treated to American Express' top notch customer service. Any problems have always been handled quickly and completely for me. I have nothing but great things to say about this card.
    December 24, 2013
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    By: Amy Fisher
    Cash back is without a doubt the most useful reward for a business card. I personally use the Chase Ink Cash Business card for many reasons. One, there's no annual fee, which is great. Second, you get cash back on lots of purchases. My business isn't very large, so the cash back really helps out a lot. I have no complaints about this card at all.
    December 13, 2013
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    By: Nicole Williams
    For my small business, I use and would highly recommend the Chase Ink Cash Business card. We earn cash back rewards on our purchases, including $200 in rewards for making purchases in the first few months of having the card. Buying business products on our Chase means that everything we buy is at a discount, thanks to the cash back! The most useful rewards, to me, are those that reward you for what you already do. That’s why I love cash back!
    February 10, 2014
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    Dion Phaneuf
    I agree the Ink card has amazing benefits. Even though you do have to pay a yearly fee it's completely worth it to me.
    December 5, 2013
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    By: Ashley Fraiser
    I find that a credit card would be very useful for business owners to help cover some of the costs needed to start the business up. The Ink Cash Business Card seems like it would be a great card for a business owner because it has no annual fee and there is cash back each time you spend, and extra cash back when the card is used for gas. If I were a business owner just seeing the $200 bonus for signing up would lure me in.
    November 27, 2013
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    By: Terry Jablonski
    When I started my business I knew I was going to need a credit card to cover my startup expenses (office supplies, phone/internet/cable, rent, etc.). I ended up choosing the Ink Cash Business card from Chase because of the low interest rate, no annual fee, and most importantly, the rewards program. I have found that it is easy to earn cash-back rewards, which really helps a small company like mine (4 employees). I was also sucked in by the $200 signup bonus, but I have been very happy with my choice of cards so far.
    November 26, 2013
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    By: Joseph Gordon
    To further augment my start up company, we had to hire employees from colleges and we had to come up with interesting packages to lure them, considering the fact that we were only a start-up and could only offer reasonable wages. Among all the lucrative offers and ideas we came up, we also decided to offer Business credit cards that would be highly customized based on the ranking of each employee. We found the SimplyCash from American Express to be able to customize for our needs as we had a considerable employee base. I guess its been a great deal from Am Ex and I see a whole bunch of satisfied employees out there in my company who love to transact with the SimplyCash.
    November 24, 2013
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    By: Michelle Bowman
    I’m actually not a business owner but I use the Chase Business Ink MasterCard as my primary credit card. I love the high spending limit (mine is over $16000). There is no annual fee but there is a monthly fee but can be easily waived just by using the credit card once a month. You also get reward points with this card. I was able to redeem various rewards such as cash and giftcards to stores like Starbucks.
    November 11, 2013
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    By: Jordan Hicks
    I use Chase's line of credit card for my small business. We opened last year around this time and I opened a credit line with them around the same time. I've always paid on time and I've had no issues with Chase. Their customer support has always been excellent when I needed them and I have no complaints.
    November 12, 2013
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    November 5, 2013
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    By: Joseph Gordon
    When I and my friends started our own IT firm, a size of about 24, I decided to go for the Ink Cash Business card from Chase. We needed large orders on landlines, office supplies and everything needed to kick start and get a new office space to work. I compared a few American Express cards, but the Ink Cash turned out to be the best in terms of cashback. Since office needs regularly keep changing and having a separate credit record for official purposes would simplify tax procedures, Ink Cash turned out to be my natural choice. Simply the best!
    November 1, 2013
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    By: Donnie Boyd
    i just need a simple credit card for parts tires anything for your average truck driver. I have been doing this for 28 years no tickets or accidents. I need a little more access to cash for my trucks. thanks
    November 5, 2013
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    Where do you typically buy your trucking supplies? If it's a major retailer, it likely has a credit card bearing its name that will give you extra rewards on store purchases. Your best bet is to compare that card to other credit cards offering rewards on auto parts -- such as the Big O Tires Store Card and the Tire Kingdom Store Card -- as well as cards that offer cash back across all purchases in order to determine which has the most lucrative perks for your spending and payment habits.