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Ink Cards

While American businesses are currently full of red ink, there is some new blue ink available that might help getting back to black ink. Chase has introduced a new business card portfolio that includes four distinct cards and marks the issuer’s first introduction of a pay-in-full charge card. The new cards include: “Ink Bold,” “Ink,” “Ink Plus” and “Ink Cash.” “Ink Bold” is a pay-in-full charge card with a $95 annual fee offering premium rewards from business purchases with no limit on how many points may be earned and the points do not expire. “Ink” is a business credit card with no annual fee and a rewards program. “Ink Plus” with a $60 annual fee is a business credit card with a rewards program. “Ink Cash” is a no annual fee credit card that offers unlimited cash back and accelerated earnings on everyday business purchases. All the new cards offer online expense management tools, complete with online reporting capabilities as well as customized reports on spending that can be categorized, sorted and downloaded to accounting software for easy tracking and tax purposes. Also, additional cards are available for employees with individual spending limits and custom alerts delivered via email or text to track employee spending â all while earning rewards from employeesâ purchases. For more information visit:

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