Should you divide purchases onto different credit cards?

07/30/2013 | Small Business Trends

Business owners may want to use several different credit cards, assigning different purchases to the cards based on their terms and rewards, writes Odysseas Papadimitriou, founder and CEO of Card Hub and Wallet Hub. For example, owners might use one card with rewards for everyday purchases; a card with no interest for big-ticket items; and a card with no transfer fees and an initial no-interest period for paying off debt.

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