First National Bank Business Edition Visa Card
If a good portion of success in business is due to smart decisions, small business owners who carry the First National Bank Business Edition Visa Card have demonstrated the ability to make those wise choices.
To begin with, the credit card charges 0 percent APR on purchases for the first 12 months, followed by a low regular APR of 9.99 percent. And, business credit card users save up to 60 percent off regular rates at over 11,000 hotels, motels and resorts across 146 countries and territories.
Separately, management reports provided to cardholders offer an easy-to-read itemization of employees' business spending. The Business Edition Visa credit card makes it possible to separate business expenses for such categories as travel, supplies, entertainment or other company costs.
The reports also give business owners a record of tax-deductible expenses, which can help save significantly when it comes time to pay the IRS.
Meanwhile, nearly every purchase made with the Business Edition Visa credit card is automatically protected from theft or damage within the first 90 days.
Providing further protection against unforeseen events, charging the full cost of a rental car to the credit card means Visa will automatically issue coverage. With this coverage, the ability to decline the rental agency's collision loss/damage waiver means small business owners can save as much as $15 a day.
Additionally, cardholders are granted protection of as much as $100,000 in travel accident insurance when the full cost of travel tickets is charged to the Business Edition Visa credit card.
Make a smart decision for your small business by applying for the Business Edition Visa from First National Bank of Omaha.
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