TXviking wrote:My electric utility does not offer a credit card option, but just about everyone else does, including cellphone and Internet. Are there any cards that have special benefits for these recurring bills, or should I just put them on a regular rewards card for 1-1.5%?
Chase UR business cards do...not sure if any of your utilities are for business.
Amex offers occasionally give a nice discount, and not too long ago BCE had some special signup bonus that included like 10% cash back on the first year's phone bills or something like that.
Some of them actually are. However, my business is currently incorporated in Texas. I'm planning to reincorporate in Florida, but I've not applied for any business cards under my existing EIN. I'm a bit concerned that if I reincorporate (and thus get a new EIN), I'll lose 6 years of basically blank credit history under the EIN. (The business has never borrowed money from anybody.)
OTOH, if I apply under the current EIN, I'm not sure that would be transferable to the new entity, even though I would be sole owner of both (single-member LLC in both cases.)