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Choosing a Business Credit Card

Among the huge number of credit cards available, one of the most misunderstood is the business credit card. Many people decide not to apply for a business credit card because aside from having a definite target market – business owners or business executives – it seems to be complicated to use. Although a business credit card has more provisos, it has a lower interest rate compared with other types of credit cards and, contrary to popular misconception, it can be very useful if used properly.

Credit Cards and Choosing One

Almost everyone over the age of consent has or wants a credit card these days and they are accepted almost everywhere. There are three main sorts of credit card very common in America. The first main sort of credit card is travel and entertainment cards such as American Express or Diners Card. These have to be paid in full at the end of the month and are generous on spending limits.

Salary Negotiation 101

Once a person asked me if it was okay to talk about their salary history with an employer during an interview. They were concerned about discussing their history because it was a little low and they thought it would have a negative effect on their salary negotiation. They were wondering how they could avoid the topic with the employer until the right time. My rule is to never be dishonest with an employer, however it is a good idea to avoid this topic until you have nearly closed the deal with getting the job.