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Using a business credit card to fund your startup

By Ben Woolsey

Business credit cards have been around for many years, but have only recently explicitly targeted true entrepreneurs by offering special financing incentives. The business card market has finally taken notice of the backbone of the American economy -- the small business sector. Many major credit card issuers aggressively pursue the small business market. But what isn't explicitly stated in most credit card offer's features is the fact that small business owners can leverage business credit cards for startup capital.

Published: February 28, 2006


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