In this blog post, I would like to share a strategy that I’ve been able to successfully leverage to travel the world for a significant discount. This tactic involves using travel miles and points accrued from business credit cards. This post aims to demystify the business credit card application process so you can confidently answer the form even if you are a sole proprietor and do not have an EIN. Let’s dive in!
If you are just starting your side hustle, applying for your first ever business credit card application may be a bit unnerving. In this article, I aim to demystify the business credit card application process for new sole proprietors and side-hustlers. I will also provide tips on how to answer an American Express Business Credit Card application so you can be on your way to earning travel rewards (or cashback) to inch you closer to your future bucket-list vacation.
With the American Express Hilton Honors Business Credit Card, businesses of all sizes can take advantage of its countless advantages. Whether you have a seasonal side hustle or a full-time business, you may be eligible to get approved for this business credit card. Check out the new welcome offer for the Hilton Honors American Express Business Credit Card.
In this blog post, I will outline a strategy that can help you generate credit card points when paying for bills that ordinarily do not accept credit cards. This tactic is using PayPal Key when sending payments in Plastiq.com. With this strategy, it is now finally possible to earn miles and points when paying your rent, mortgage, tuition fees, student loans, etc.
As a personal finance enthusiast, I try to stay on top of the latest trends and topics related to debt, credit, and other important money management topics. For this post, I signed up to compare Credit Sesame vs. Credit Karma to see which was more beneficial and whether one was a waste of my time. This blog post will go over the pros and cons of each.