When you first started your small business, you probably did a lot of boot strapping like most people.
That typically means using what cash you had along with personal credit cards to get things going.
That can work for the short term, but it’s not a way to manage your cash in the long term.Using personal credit cards for your small business is a really bad idea. Click To Tweet
As soon as you can, you should get a business credit card.
Now you might think that’s a bunch of baloney.
Your personal credit cards are working just fine – thank you very much.
Take a quick two minutes to watch this video and learn why that’s a very bad idea.
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