27 Best Small Business Credit Cards in 2019

BRITTNEY MAYER | March 4, 2019

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One of the fundamental financial rules of having your own business is that you must keep your personal and business finances as separate as possible. This not only means keeping independent bank accounts for your business, but it also includes individual personal and business credit cards. And it’s more than simply good accounting. Small business credit cards can also help you build business credit — which is important in getting business loans and vendor credit lines — and, with the right card, boost your bottom line with things like rewards and purchase protections. As in the consumer market, however, the world of small business credit cards is full to bursting with options. To select the best card for your business, make sure you think about what you need and want out of your card. Here are some of our top picks to get you started.

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