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Infographic: Business credit card delinquencies keep falling

Propelled by the recession, the delinquency rate for business credit cards skyrocketed in 2008 and 2009. However, a November 2011 report shows that things have changed. Default rates have fallen back to the levels seen before the recession began.

Report: Business credit card delinquencies keep falling

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Credit Card Rate Report Updated: August 14th, 2019
Business
15.55%
Airline
17.50%
Cash Back
17.63%
Reward
17.50%
Student
17.69%

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