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Business Credit Cards Without Annual Fee- Are They Worth It?Views: 1377
Jul 24, 2007 11:23 amBusiness Credit Cards Without Annual Fee- Are They Worth It?#

dara barcelona
Choosing the right credit card is important whether itís a personal credit card or a business credit card. Comparing the rates and charges that each credit card company have to offer will help you come up with a decision on which credit card you should apply for.Most business credit cards require an annual fee from its credit card holders. The annual fee is just like a membership fee which members have to pay each year in order to activate the membership of their credit cards. However, there are credit card companies who waive the annual fee to attract more clients.

No Annual Fee Credit Cards - What Counselors Say

Financial counselors from different credit counseling agencies do recommend credit cards which have no annual fee. These counselors are usually associated with banks and credit card companies and they do know the different rates when it comes to credit cards. If you ask any counselor, youíll probably be told that it is to your advantage if you choose a credit card that doesnít require annual fees. But you will also likely be advised that there are other rates that go with a credit card. Aside from the annual fee, the Annual Percentage Rates or APR must also be taken into consideration.

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Nov 27, 2008 10:52 amre: Business Credit Cards Without Annual Fee- Are They Worth It?#

Anne Fonda
Most of the people who use the credit cards don't check the interest rates they are paying to the financial firm. But this is the duty of card holder to check out the interest rates and the annual maintenance fees (if any). Many firms claims that there card is absolutely fee and no charge is attached to it. Remember to trust to such claims as nothing is free in this world.

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