How To Protect Yourself
When Buying Big Ticket Items
For Your Business
by Tom Egelhoff
There are going to be times that you are going to have to make some larger purchases for your business. If your credit is good and you are fortunate enough to have a high limit credit card I would advise using that. Here's why.
First if anything goes wrong with the transaction you have possible recourse with the credit card company that you may not have with a bank check. Second, you will have at least 24-28 days before you have to pay for the goods. You may be able to move the merchandise before the bill is due and earn a few days extra interest on your money.
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