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Business Credit Management

May 19, 2008 | Updated on May 19, 2008
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Chase Card Services Gives Lesson on Business Credit Cards

The economic turbulence storming in the USA today is claimed by small business owners to be the biggest challenge on the way of establishing and growing a successful business. The instability has made it difficult to track expenses and risky to use credit cards for business purposes.

At the time when credit companies are trying to readjust their revenues after huge write-offs caused by customers' delinquencies, businesses find it difficult to find the right path to a lower cost and at the same time efficient business management.

Chase Card Services offer some very smart tips to follow.

Watch your credit card expenses. Sometimes all you need to keep business prospering is to maintain smart credit use. What does Chase Company mean? A successful business would keep and track all his/her expenses in one place to know the current developments and pattern financial behavior accordingly.

Chase has provided such a place online through Clear&Simple tool which enables account holders to manage their plastic money more efficiently and smartly. Chase seems to be going the shortest way of gaining customers' loyalty by offering consumer-friendly online services like flexible account options, free account alerts and others which help avoid fees, keep best rates and make for good financial future.

Be frugal with your money. Chase can help businesses avoid overspending on credit cards by allowing them to choose individual spending limit and sending them alerts on what ever activity is going on a credit card. Choosing your own spending limit you will be protected from the negative effects of impulsive buying decisions.

Maximize your credit rewards return. Though Chase offers smashing credit card rewards, not all of them can give you the greatest return on business purchases. You are advised to pay with Chase business cards that give you triple rewards on eligible purchases, such as gas, phone calls or utilities.

Almost all Chase deals for businesses come with rewards, so that a cardholder could always have something back on every transaction.

Great rewards earning opportunities and flexible redemption programs of Chase cards will allow you to save and gain in your business management.

Remember about professionals' assistance. Chase gives you a lucrative business card but does not teach you how to resolve the numerous business-related issues. So Chase suggests you address a business specialist that will help you keep clear of traps specific of small business industry.

Chase also reminds of one simple truth - business credit cards work best for business related spending, otherwise they are nothing more than another payment tool.

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