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Million Mile Secrets reader Andrew commented:
Can blogging count as a small business to apply for business credit cards?
Andrew Can Get a Business Credit Card If His Business Is Blogging
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This series of posts is written by the Wandering US Expat, who’s lived in Australia and Panama. And applied for cards from there!
Don’t let living abroad stop you from getting miles and points bonuses from credit cards!
It’s no secret that US banks lead the world in promotional point bonuses for new customers. They give away lots of points to get a new customer in the hopes that you’ll remain, and spend, with them for years. Lots of non-US folks wish they could get access to the same deals!
But many US citizens and ex-permanent residents, known as expats, often wonder whether they can still get credit cards if they leave or have already left the US. Perhaps they’ve relocated for a job or have gone for an extended trip abroad. Some expats have left permanently to start a new life.
Bank Transfers, PayPal, and Peer-to-Peer Transfers Are 3 Ways to Send Money to the US to Pay Your Credit Cards
Are you or someone you know in this category?
Don’t forget to follow me on Facebook or Twitter! Welcome to the next installment of our interview series where folks share their thoughts about Big Travel with Small Money!
Miles & Points Interview: Encore
Rich writes Encore to help readers learn tricks to traveling the world with miles & points.
And he’s giving away a $25 Amazon gift card.
Rich at Machu Picchu, Peru