You no longer need an angel investor to fund your business. An available credit line from a business credit card will enable your business to fund large and small purchases, track spending, and earn rewards.
Look for a business credit card that offers cash back in the specific category where you need it most. Drive a lot? Get a gas rewards card. Use a lot of paper clips and pens? An office-supply cash rewards card is your best bet.
Business credit cards give small to medium-sized businesses the borrowing power they need to finance their day-to-day operations, from making small purchases to larger ones, depending on the card. If your credit history is good or excellent, you'll be eligible for a high line of credit - maybe even an unlimited one. A number of our business clients have been approved for credit limits amounting to $30,000. An enlarged credit limit will give your business the biggest purchasing power.
Even though you're applying for a business credit card, if you're the owner of the business, it's your personal credit history that counts. If your credit is good, you'll be able to get the card that fits your business needs.
You, not your business, will be held responsible for all debts incurred on your business credit card - even if the charges are made by employees.
Unlike personal credit cards, business credit cards come with expanded limits built-in, because businesses are expected to have bigger expenses. As an entrepreneur, you'll appreciate the increased purchasing power an expanded limit offers.
Get rid of the petty cash drawer by issuing extra cards to your employees. They won't have to get approval to make minor purchases, saving everyone's time.
Easier accounting - most business credit card issuers offer a reporting feature that breaks down spending by category and helps you analyze where your money goes. Your account statement will track your expenses for you, making it simple to monitor and categorize spending. Filling out quarterly and annual reports will be easy when the work has been done for you by your credit card company.