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Top 3 Credit Cards for Small Businesses

By | July 15, 2016| Business Credit Card, Business Credit Cards Article, Reward Credit Card | No Comments

Choosing the best credit card to suit the needs of your small business requires a different approach than choosing a card for your personal use, and we’ve narrowed down the best options based on cards that give valuable rewards. The most important perks to look for when choosing a credit card for your small business are 0% APR introductory incentives, high percentage cash back earnings on consistent business purchases, and rewards incentives.

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Does Visa Signature’s Purchase Protection Benefit Truly Protect Your Purchases?

By | December 17, 2015| Business Credit Card, Cash Back Credit Card, Credit Cards, Reward Credit Card, Rewards Credit Cards Article, Travel Credit Cards | One Comment

I have had many credit cards over the years and never had a reason to access the Purchase Protection benefit – a great service that comes with a Visa Signature card. But I was finally put to the challenge when a new light fixture that I had purchased, still in the box, was totally destroyed.

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Get the Best Business Credit Card that Fits your Financial Strategy

By | December 14, 2015| Business Credit Card, Business Credit Cards Article, Cash Back Credit Card, Reward Credit Card, Travel Credit Cards | No Comments

When you are looking for the best credit card for your business, you should make sure you are getting a sound financial opportunity. One that is simple. One that saves you money. An opportunity that will give you the financial tools – and rewards – you need to build your business.

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Mother and Son Stay Connected with Help of Credit Card Rewards

By | November 25, 2015| Airline Cards, Business Credit Card, Reward Credit Card, Travel Credit Cards, Travel Loyalty Program, Travel Loyalty Programs Article | No Comments

My friend was working for a corporation headquartered in Baltimore. In 2012, the company was bought by a competitor based out of Nashville. As a valued upper-level manager, she was given the choice of taking an attractive exit package or relocating to Nashville, with a promise to be promoted to Senior Vice President.

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