Business Credit Cards
Using a small business credit card instead of a personal credit card is key in separating your finances to protect your business. Build credit history for your business and maintain control over your spending with tools like detailed monthly account statements and add your business credit card to your mobile wallet for convenient checkout. Compare our Business Cards
Compare & choose the best card for your business
It's important to consider the unique needs of your business before choosing a business credit card, like the number of employees that will need to have access and how you prefer to reconcile your accounts.
Business Card Line of Credit
What Should You Look for in Business Credit Cards?
Business credit cards allow you to separate your personal and business finances. The separation makes accounting easier and simplifies your returns at tax time. When you have a business credit card, you can track business-related expenses and see a breakdown of where your money is going. You see expenditures over time and can adjust spending. You qualify for a business credit card if you are a:
- Small or large business owner.
- Sole proprietor.
What you value in a business credit card may differ from what you look for in a personal credit card. You can often find special low APRs, though sometimes they rise after a limited introductory period. Consider whether you will authorize several employees to use the card or if it will just be you using it. Keep in mind that liability protections for business credit cards are different from those that apply to personal cards.
Add Your Business Credit Card to Your Mobile Wallet
You and your employees can add your business credit card to Apple PayTM, Google PayTM, Samsung PayTM, and Fitbit PayTM. Follow these quick mobile wallet setup instructions to add your business credit card to the appropriate app on your smartphone to make digital payments in person and online.