Tag Archives: business credit cards

Card issuer’s clarity on fees is a little scary, too

John Egan

You certainly can learn a lot about your credit cards when you read the documents that card issuers send in the mail – documents that we often discard as junk mail. Case in point: The “Clarity Commitment” I recently received…
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My credit card credo: Don’t mix business with pleasure

John Egan

This blog post is like one of those scary public service announcements that urge you not to drink and drive or not to text and drive. In other words, this blog post is a warning. My public service announcement to…
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How I overcame my habit of hoarding points and saved $1,000 on a trip

John Egan

Being self-employed, I’m always mindful of reining in business expenses, so I juggled my personal credit cards and my new business credit card to cover a trip to San Francisco for a business conference. In the process, I had to…
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Business credit card makes me feel like a grown-up

John Egan

I’ve had personal credit cards for several decades, and I’ve even had corporate credit cards from a couple of employers. But this summer, I became the first-time holder of a credit card for my own business. Boy, do I feel…
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