In spite of the “small business” name, there is nothing about most so-called small business credit cards that requires the cardholder to actually own or operate a business. In fact, over a five year period ending last December, credit card companies sent out more than 2.6 billion business card offers to regular Janes and Joes in the U.S. But while these cards are available to the everyday consumer, they do not come with all the protections associated with non-business credit cards. [More]
By Chris Morran May 18, 2011
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