Study: Business Credit Cards Boost Job Creation

A recent study commissioned by the American Bankers Association suggests that small business credit cards act as important sources of credit for small businesses and help boost new job creation.

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Editor's Pick: Best Business Credit Cards 2010

When it comes to selecting the best business credit cards, the fine print is king. Most business credit cards offer similar introductory terms, such as 0 percent APR on balance transfers and purchases.

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Business Credit Cards Get New Protections Too

Most credit cardholders could breathe a sigh of relief as the last consumer protections of the Credit CARD Act of 2009 stepped into effect at the end of February this year. Business cardholders, however, were left holding credit cards with the same old rules.

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Credit Card Reform Offers No Relief for Businesses

Many small businesses, particularly start-ups, often rely on business credit cards to fund costs and bridge gaps in cash flow. Unfortunately, business cards are not covered by the protections of the new credit card rules.

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9 Tips for Using Business Credit Cards in a Tight Economy

Credit cards have increasingly become the preferred financing choice for small business owners looking for short-term loans. According to a study by the National Small Business Administration, the number of business owners who used credit cards to finance their business increased from 49 percent to 59 percent in just the four months from December 2008 to May of 2009.

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