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Business CC - Which AMEX?

I am looking to get a business AMEX, not sure which one though. Looking to spend about 200-300k a month on th card, mostly on utilities, and what ever vendors accept CC's. (Real Estate Investment company in case you guys were wondering). 


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Re: Business CC - Which AMEX?

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How's business setup LLC CORP etc?

 Plat Plum or Simply cash 

 

Corp Card 

Eexc Gold or Plat

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The company that we would put the cc under is an LLC.


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xgac12x wrote:

The company that we would put the cc under is an LLC.


Plat....Charge card

Great perks if you travel 

  • No Foreign Transaction Fees
  • 20%Travel Bonus when you use Membership Rewards®Pay with Points

 

Business Gold Charge card 

Good for points on gas travel

  • 3XPoints on airfare purchased directly from airlines.
  • 2XPoints on US purchases of advertising in select media, shipping and at gas stations.
  • 2XNEWPoints on US purchases made directly from select computer hardware, software and cloud computing providers.
  • 1XPoints on other purchases.

 

Plum

The ability to carry a balance or get a discount for paying early 

  • 1.5%EARLY PAY DISCOUNT
  • TAKE UP TO 60 DAYS TO PAY WITH NO INTEREST

 

 

Simply cash 

Cash back into business

  • Cash back at U.S. office supply stores
  • 5%Cash back on wireless telephone services purchased directly from U.S. service providers
  • 3%Cash back at U.S. Gas stations
  • 1%Cash back on other purchases

 

My favorites would be Gold or Plum since my travel is not as frequent 

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200k - 300K per month?  I'd go with the Plum, if you pay early for the 1.5% cashback.  

 

 

 

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Open123 wrote:

200k - 300K per month?  I'd go with the Plum, if you pay early for the 1.5% cashback.  

 

 

 


+1...you'll have 60 days to PIF for a 1.5%.

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