12 Ways to Increase Business Card Rewards and Optimize Cash Flow

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Well beyond just travel and entertainment (T&E) payments, business credit cards can be used to pay a wide variety of suppliers and merchants. As employees continue to work remotely, it is more important than ever to reduce reliance on office-based check printing processes. Electronic payment methods make it easy for buyers and suppliers to better manage cash flow and ensure payments are made in a timely and secure way.


Are you using your card for these 12 expenses?

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Office supplies & retail store purchases
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IT equipment & services
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Shipping & mail services
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Online advertising services
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Equipment purchases & rentals
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Repair services
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Construction supplies & services
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Industrial supplies
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Utilities including electric, HVAC, cable, internet, cellular & waste services
Professional services & association memberships
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Wholesale manufacturing & distribution expenses
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Automobile expenses including dealers, tire stores & parts

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We'll provide a customized analysis of suppliers that you can start paying today and best practices for driving card acceptance.

Cris Sigovitch, Treasury Management Services

(617) 603-3296

cris.sigovitch@peoples.com

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