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What is the best credit card for start-ups? We plan to avoid interest but may need it to bridge

Biz/Product/Marketing

May 19th, 2014

Hi, we currently use Amex and we are tired of it not being accepted at several places while traveling and some of the SaaS services we pay for.  Key features would be acceptance, cash back/dividends, and very low interest rates with long terms if we need to fund some equipment purchases.  What are your non Amex recommendations?

António Menezes CEO SATA Airlines

May 19th, 2014

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Debbie Soriano Senior Project Engineer at Brais, Malouin et Associés Inc.

May 19th, 2014

Je suis présentement à l'extérieur. Je serai de retour au bureau le 21 mai. Pour une assistance immédiate, svp contactez Guy de Carufel (gdecarufel@bma.ca). I am presently out of town. I'll be back in the office on May 21st. For immediate assistance, please contact Guy de Carufel (gdecarufel@bma.ca).

Don Daglow 3-Time Inc. 500 CEO, Technical Emmy® Award, International Speaker, Advisor at Founders Space accelerator

May 19th, 2014

The best credit card is a debit card.  Unless you've already been funded and kept a large average balance for a while you'll have to personally guarantee any credit card anyway.  Making it a debit card makes you watch the cash expenditures in a very different -- and much better -- way that correlates with successful CEO's.