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How does a business credit card differ from other credit cards?

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A business credit card is one that is issued to a company or business. There is not a lot of difference between a business credit card and one issued to an individual. The company can benefit from interest free periods for purchases in the same way and use the card for business purchases. Additional cards can also be issued to employees of the company for them to make purchases for their department or section which can be monitored easily without a mountain of paperwork. They are a good way for a business to build up an excellent credit profile and can ease cash flow problems.

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