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The Best Business Credit Cards of 2014, Ranked by

SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/18/14 -- Today,, a leading authority on credit cards, announced the best business credit cards of 2014. Business credit cards are designed to help businesses of all sizes. With a business credit card, consumers can get 0% intro interest and low standard rates for corporate purchases and great rewards. Spending may enable cardholders to fly to meet with clients or purchase items for their business at a discounted rate.

To create their ranking of the best business credit cards of 2014, Credit Card Chaser experts looked at introductory offers, rewards programs, airline miles, annual fees, and expert opinions. According to their findings, here are the best business credit cards of 2014:

The Business Platinum Card from American Express OPEN
The Business Platinum Card from American Express is a great card to use for rewards and savings on business travel expenses. Cardholders receive a welcome offer of 25,000 Membership Rewards points after they spend $5000 in the first 3 months of cardmembership. They can select a qualifying airline to receive up to $200 annually in statement credits charged by the airline. In addition, card members get a 20% travel bonus when using Membership Rewards Pay with Points. Members have complimentary access to 600 + participating airport lounges through Priority Pass Select, and their Business Platinum Concierge service helps with anything personal or professional 24 hours a day.

The Enhanced Business and Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN
Like the Business Platinum Card from American Express OPEN, the Enhanced Business and Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN is a great option for businesses. With this card, users can earn 30,000 Membership Rewards points and a statement credit for the initial Amazon Prime membership fee after they spend $5000 in the first 3 months of cardmembership. Furthermore, users can earn 3x points on airfare purchased from airlines and 2x points on US purchases for advertising in select media, shipping, at gas stations, and on US purchases made directly from select computer hardware and software providers. Cardholders can earn up to $100,000 in each category per year, then 1 point.

Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit Card from American Express
The Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit Card from American Express rounds off Credit Card Chaser's list of the best business credit cards of 2014. Cardholders can earn 1 Starpoint for every dollar spent on eligible purchases and 2 Starpoints for each dollar charged directly with hotels and resorts participating in the SPG program. Members can earn 10,000 Starpoints after their first purchase on the card and another 15,000 after they spend $5000 within the first 6 months. Starpoints are redeemable towards Free Hotel Nights at over 1,100 hotels in nearly 100 countries worldwide with no blackout dates. Additionally, there is no annual fee for the first year, then $65.

These are the best credit cards available for businesses today. For more information on business credit cards, access Credit Card Chaser here:

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Credit Card Chaser is an authority credit card site that offers innovative comparison tools, reviews, calculators, and reports to help consumers find the best credit card for them.


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