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An inexpensive, simple way for business owners to earn some cash back, the Spark Cash Select for Business earns a flat 1.5% cash back on all your purchases with no cap. You’ll also get some standard business benefits like free employee cards and shopping protections.
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Capital One Business has several card types depending on your needs.
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With the Capital One Spark Cash Select for Business, cardholders get a nice reward for every purchase — unlimited 1.5% cash back.
There’s no limit to the amount of cash back users can earn, your rewards won’t expire, and there’s no annual fee.
You’ll also get an introductory APR of 0% intro on purchases for 9 months for purchases, before the regular rate of 14.49% - 22.49% Variable kicks in.
Capital One designed this card for people with excellent credit, but if your scores fall in the “good” range you probably have a decent chance of being approved, depending on other factors that affect your creditworthiness.