Depending on the kinds of purchases you make, and how frequently you make them, a business card might be useful to have, even if you don't run one.
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If you're like most people, the recession took a toll on your finances and probably your credit score. So how do you get it back to where it needs to be? There are a couple quick and simple ways to you can raise your credit score now.
Did you hear about the woman who sued Equifax for $18 million because they wouldn't fix errors on her credit report even after she diligently stayed on top of them for two years?
It might seem obvious that improving your finances includes saving for retirement, but it's important to think of your financial plan in a broader way. It's also about putting protections in place.
Business and consumer credit cards are actually more similar than they are different, which therefore begs the question, should the Credit CARD Act of 2009 apply to business credit cards?
Many small business owners assume they should fund their companies with business credit cards. However, personal credit cards are actually often the best spending vehicles.
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