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What’s the difference between small-business credit cards and corporate cards?
The fundamental difference between a small-business credit card and a corporate credit card lies in who is responsible for debts on the card:
• With a small-business card, the business owner is personally responsible for the debt. That means he or she is liable for paying the debt even if the business goes under.
• With a corporate card, the business itself is the debtor. If the company goes out of business, the owners are not personally responsible for paying the debt.
Can I use my EIN to get a business credit card?
If you have an employer identification number (EIN) — a nine-digit tax ID number assigned to your business by the IRS — you can use it to apply for a small-business credit card. … Many small-business cards require good to excellent personal credit (typically FICO scores of at least 690) for approval.
How do I establish business credit cards for my LLC?
Eight steps to establishing your business credit
Incorporate your business. …
Obtain an EIN. …
Open a business bank account. …
Establish a business phone number. …
Open a business credit file. …
Obtain business credit card(s) …
Establish a line of credit with vendors or suppliers. …
Pay your bills on time.
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