Credit Card Management
Managing your credit card can be tiresome for some. With the growing fame of small medium business cards and the ever changing interest rates, it is
imperative to learn the steps in effective management of your cards.
A small business credit card is like most financial instruments - responsible use of credit can help your business - misuse of your business credit
makes you personally liable in most cases and has the potential to destroy your business and dreams. Use these small business credit card tips to
effectively manage your credit.
First thing to do is apply at home. You can always apply for a small medium business card at your existing financial institution. Your banking
relationship can aid with the approval process. When you need a line of credit or loan you will have a relationship established with your lender helping
with credit applications over $100,000 not using automated scoring systems.
You need to limit card hopping. Signing up for multiple cards to take advantage of deals can have a negative impact on your credit rating and make
managing your cards more difficult. It will also help you increase your credit points.
Learn to use grace. The majority of small business credit cards offer a 21-day grace period before you have to make payment on your purchases.
Improve your cash flow using a credit card instead of checks.
Pay Online. One can save time and extra costs by paying your small medium business credit card online versus paying by teller at your local branch or
mailing in your payment. This will save you time and energy in going out of your way in paying for your monthly bills.
No Cash Advance. Reduce credit card fees and interest costs by minimizing using the cash advance feature on your card. Cash advances incur more
fees and costs. Use your business account debit when you need immediate funds only.
Avoid Late Payments. Late fees and high interest rates quickly erode the merits of using your small business credit card. Be responsible by paying off
your business credit e