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In today's business market, getting ahead means strict attention to the bottom line. Cutting costs at and financial know-how is often the difference between success and failure. That's where business credit cards come in. They provide necessary credit, while offering perks and benefits as a reward for hard work. Simply charging the expenses for travel, client dinners, inventory, and more to your business credit card is an excellent way to manage monthly cash flow and and watch expenses.

When you use a business credit card you can also quickly rake up reward points which equate to free travel, cash back, and other gifts depending on the perks available with your business card. You can use those perks to reward yourself or motivate your employees for a job well done. Many small businesses also appreciate the larger line of credit that a business card provides, which lets them better manage their expenditures.

When looking for the right business credit card, there are a number of factors you should consider. Some of these include:

  • Line of credit. Having an appropriate line of credit for your business expenses is necessary to make sure the business credit card works for you.
  • Interest rates, penalties and annual fees. If you plan on carrying a balance, you'll want to make sure you have the best interest rate possible on your business credit card. Also you need to understand what annual fees and penalties exist with any business credit card you consider.
  • Perks. Not all business credit cards offer the same rewards programs. If you're looking for cash back or free travel, make sure you understand how the rewards are calculated, if they expire, and how they can be used. has reviewed and ranked the best business credit cards available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right business credit card to benefit you and your company!


Business Credit Card Reviews

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MUMBAI: Having burnt their fingers going overboard with corporate lending, banks are slowing their exposure to their credit cards business amid fears that they may be fuelling growth in a segment that may come under pressure due to slowing pay rises and ...

Published:  Thu, 27 Oct 2016 04:56:00 GMT

Barclays PLC (BARC) PT Raised to GBX 184

The Barclays UK segment incorporates the UK Personal, small UK Corporate and UK Wealth businesses, and the Barclaycard UK consumer credit cards business. Receive News & Ratings for Barclays PLC Daily - Enter your email address below to receive a concise ...

Published:  Thu, 27 Oct 2016 00:14:00 GMT

UBS covered Citizens Financial Group (NYSE:CFG), upping its target price to $31.00 today

The Company offers traditional banking products and services, including checking, savings, home loans, student loans, credit cards, business loans and financial management services. Its subsidiaries are Citizens Bank, N.A. (CBNA) and Citizens Bank of ...

Published:  Mon, 24 Oct 2016 10:41:00 GMT

Securing the Remedy Before the Breach

Device users will need to change passwords - not just those used within the company, but any that were put at risk - and take defensive steps if sensitive data such as contact lists, credit cards, business or personal images and location information ...

Published:  Thu, 20 Oct 2016 08:33:00 GMT

Discover Financial Services: A Well Managed Company With Multiple Growth Opportunities

Overall, fee income comprises about 20% of total revenues while 100% of their revenues are based in the U.S. Just based on these data, one could see that DFS is concentrated on their credit cards business in the U.S. and is reliant on interest income from ...

Published:  Mon, 17 Oct 2016 05:39:00 GMT

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