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The Best Business Credit Card Offers of 2011

 

We continue with our look back over the past year to highlight some of the better business credit card offers 2011 brought us. From cash back offers to airline points, this was certainly the year credit card companies sought to cater to the small business owner.

Looking Back: The Best Secured Credit Card Offers of 2011

 

OK, so 2011 hasn’t had its final curtain call yet, but we’re counting down some of the more impressive secured credit card offers the year brought consumers. From no annual fees to low minimum balance requirements, here’s out take on what’s worth your time.

The Best Credit Cards 2011 Offered

 

2011 isn’t quite behind us yet, but we’re already counting down some of the best credit card offers this year saw. Recognize any of them?

Credit Cards that Draw Young Consumers with Bling

 

Of course, as adults, most of us give little thought to how our credit cards actually look. Whether there are shades of purple and red or images of our favorite rock stars is of little significance, especially when it’s time to write that monthly check.

American Express Profits Up: Here’s Why

 

What’s American Express doing that its competitors aren’t? Its multi-pronged approach is ensuring double digit profits, including 14% for the 3rd quarter.

College Students & Credit Cards: Caution Rules

 

Credit card companies are limited in how they can market their products to college students or anyone under the age of 21. We break it down here, along with a few tips.

The Steve Jobs Legacy: An Apple in Our i

 

Steve Jobs left the world with contributions that will forever shape an entire technology sector. Twitter crashed several times when the announcement was made and now, Discovery Channel is preparing its own memorial for the iGenius.

Annual Fees War: Visa Black or AMEX Platinum?

 

How much of a difference does an annual fee make as you’re choosing credit cards? We take a look at he Visa Black credit card and American Express Platinum credit card offers, both of which include a $495 annual fee.