Maximize Credit Card Rewards with a Small Business Card
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By: Creditcards.org Team
• Updated: November 01, 2019
If you own one of the 28 million small businesses in America, you may be overlooking an easy way to generate passive income that doesn’t require you to change anything about how you operate: a small business card with a rewards program.
You probably already have a credit card that you use for your business purchases, but did you know that just by switching to a rewards card, you could reap thousands of dollars in cash back or gift cards every year?
Just as with personal credit cards with rewards programs, many business cards offer a percentage of your purchases – typically 1-5% – back to you. These cards often have promotional periods with sign-up bonuses to boost your rewards even further. For example, Capital One® Spark® Miles Select for Business will reward you with a one-time sign-up bonus of 20,000 miles once you spend $3,000 on purchases within 3 months. Earn unlimited 1.5X miles per dollar on every purchase, everywhere, no limits or category restrictions, and miles won't expire for the life of the account, including those you make during the intro period.
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