The first alternative is to apply for a business credit card using your Social Security number. This will be the best solution for most small businesses and sole proprietorships.
Applying for a business credit card is pretty much the same as applying for a personal card, except you also have to provide information about your business. You may qualify for a business card even if you think you don’t — basically, if you’ve sold something in the past year or so, that may be counted as business revenue. If you’re looking for a business card with a generous flat earning rate and no annual fee, the Ink Business Unlimited Credit Card earns 1.5% cash back on all purchases, with no category restrictions to worry about. The card currently offers $750 cash back after you spend $7,500 on purchases in the first three months of account opening.
Offer valid 01/01/2021 – 06/30/2021. For customers who select the Wells Fargo Business Card Rewards® cash back program: To earn the one-time $300 cash back bonus, a total of at least $3,000 in qualifying purchases (purchases less returns and credits, and excluding balance transfers, cash advances, SUPERCHECKSTM and welcome check transactions, or any fees or interest posted to the account) must post to your Wells Fargo business credit card account within the first 3 months after the account opening date. The $300 cash back bonus will be posted to the account 1 - 2 statements after the spend requirement is met. You must remain in the cash back program for the full duration of the introductory period (3 months) in order to receive the $300 cash back bonus. If you switch or cancel rewards programs during the introductory period, you forfeit the cash bonus. Only one cash back bonus per company. This offer is not available if the business already has a Wells Fargo business credit card or had a Wells Fargo business credit card opened or closed in the immediately preceding 12 months.
Narrator: With Ink Business Unlimited,
you get unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase.
It's so simple, you don't even have to think about it.
So, here's something else to think about for your business.
Sharon: I'm Sharon Bialy
and I'm a casting director with over 30 years experience
building award-winning ensembles for TV and film.
Casting for a film is a lot like creating
the right team to grow your business.
There's one great thing all ensembles have in common -
It starts with rethinking the way
you fill the roles on your team.
Maybe the hero isn't outgoing and energetic.
Maybe he's cool and collected.
Maybe she's cool and collected.
Try to identify people's individual strengths
and see how they can complement each other.
Actor: We would walk down to this pizza place...
Sharon: For example, extroverts are great,
but they benefit from introverts to help balance them out.
Now, to identify the best attributes,
you first need a sense of who that person really is.
When you're interviewing, try asking a question
that reveals their passions or what motivates them.
It will give you insight into their true character,
and helps you see who the right counterpart for them might be.
When you focus on finding new ways
to combine people's best strengths and shared values,
you'll build teams that work and work together.