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rhipsher
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Business credit card.

Postby rhipsher » Sat May 09, 2015 9:23 pm

This is a question about small business credit cards. I'm looking to get one. As some of you may know I have a machine shop/Manufacturing. I've been leaning towards AMX. And the green/Platnum and enhanced gold business cards look fine. But my business doesn't require me to travel so that narrows it down to the AMX Plum card . I do like the fact that you can carry a balance for up to 60 days without being charged interst. I don't plan to drag it out past 30 days but it's nice to know you have that option if needed. I would like some opinions and input on your experience with any of these small business credit cards whether it's AMX or others. The last time I visited my business banker she said that having personal credit is fine. But that I need to start building business credit. So that's where I'm at. Thanks. :cool:


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Re: Business credit card.

Postby Vermonster » Sat May 09, 2015 9:51 pm

Well I know a lot of people like the Chase Ink because you can transfer URs to your main account. Or at least you could, not sure if you still can. I think the BoA is the exact same thing just no points, straight cash instead.
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Re: Business credit card.

Postby takeshi » Mon May 11, 2015 8:25 am

rhipsher wrote:I've been leaning towards AMX.:

Why are you selecting the creditor first? Consider the cards that suit your needs/wants.

Vermonster wrote:Well I know a lot of people like the Chase Ink because you can transfer URs to your main account. Or at least you could, not sure if you still can.

It can still be done.

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Re: Business credit card.

Postby daniel2304 » Mon May 11, 2015 10:52 am

Vermonster wrote:Well I know a lot of people like the Chase Ink because you can transfer URs to your main account. Or at least you could, not sure if you still can. I think the BoA is the exact same thing just no points, straight cash instead.


I think Chase Ink Cash doesn't help with transfer.
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Re: Business credit card.

Postby rhipsher » Mon May 11, 2015 3:23 pm

takeshi wrote:
rhipsher wrote:I've been leaning towards AMX.:

Why are you selecting the creditor first? Consider the cards that suit your needs/wants.

I have. And that's the one that seems to. Unless otherwise.

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Re: Business credit card.

Postby swipe_masta » Sat May 16, 2015 11:27 pm

I don't know about you, but annual fee and rewards are the things I consider most important. Like personal cards, most business cards are very similar when you strip down to the essentials. I love my Ink Cash. It kind of makes my CSP obsolete in a lot of ways. I get great rewards with no annual fee.

On a side note though, I don't get cash back, it's UR points. And yes, you can link your Business card account with your personal, but not vice versa.



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