3 Major Factors of a Small Business Credit Card Comparison
Conducting a small business credit card comparison can be a useful tool when looking for resources that can help your company. But there are many credit card options available to entrepreneurs, which can make it difficult to choose one that is best fit for you and your business.
When choosing a small business credit card, the Wall Street Journal suggests paying attention to three specific aspects:
- Interest rates. Whether you plan to pay off your balance as soon as you make a purchase, or carry a balance on your card, interest rates are important. Some cards will have a teaser interest rate as low as 0% for the first year, and most credit cards will raise your interest rate for any late payments.
- Rewards benefits. Consider the rewards you will earn for making purchases. For example, if your company travels a lot, you might want to look for a card that offers rewards on gas or travel.
- Annual fees. Some cards charge annual fees—others don’t. Pay attention to the annual fee charges when choosing a card in order to avoid paying yearly.
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- 1.25 points for every $1 spent on qualified purchases
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- Purchase assurance
- MasterAssist: travel assistance
- MasterRental insurance
- Competitive interest rate
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Wall Street Journal: http://guides.wsj.com/small-business/funding/how-to-pick-a-credit-card-for-your-business/