Gold Delta SkyMiles Business Credit Card

  • Earn 30,000 bonus miles after spending $1,000 in the first 3 months after account opening
  • Earn a $50 statement credit after making a booking with Delta in the first 3 months after account opening
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Comes with purchase and travel insurance and services
  • Get Delta benefits including extra miles rewards, discounts on Delta services and priority boarding
  • Roadside assistance
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How Do Consumer Protections for Business Credit Cards and Personal Cards Differ?
How Do Consumer Protections for Business Credit Cards and Personal Cards Differ?

Small business owners often turn to credit cards to unlock greater spending power and fuel company growth. In most cases, they can choose to use a personal consumer credit card in their name or a business card in their company’s name. There are benefits to utilizing a business credit card account, including liberal cash back […]

How Does an MCA Work?

An MCA, short for Merchant Cash Advance, is an agreement between a business owner and an alternative finance company. The business owner agrees to sell a percentage of the company’s future revenue. Additionally, the MCA provider agrees to buy the future income at a discounted rate — essentially “advancing” future revenue to the company. This […]

What Are the 4 Main Components of Working Capital?

Working capital is essentially the difference between your company’s liquid assets and its short-term liabilities. It measures how much your business has on hand to cover day-to-day operations. You can use it as a metric to guide your growth and purchasing decisions. Potential creditors and business partners also consider working capital when judging a company’s […]

Are Cash Advances a Good Idea for Businesses?

A merchant cash advance (more commonly called a cash advance), is a financial transaction between your business and an alternative financing company. The company purchases your receivables at a discounted rate, essentially “advancing” your future revenue. This advance amount is the total amount of capital the funding company will advance you.