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The 5/24 rule
We have no doubt that the new card will be subject to Chase’s 5/24 rule. However, remember that most Business cards are not taken into account when Chase uses the 5/24 rule as they don't report to your personal credit report. Adding this card to your credit portfolio won't increase your 5/24 count.
This card seems to be a business version of the Chase Freedom Unlimited®. The card’s features—earning 1.5% cash back on your business purchases, being able to combine your cashback into Chase Ultimate Rewards (we hope this benefit will continue), and charging $0 annual fee–make it an interesting option for those who don’t need the extras provided by the Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card. If you already hold the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card or the Chase Sapphire Reserve® this card is a great companion for your business expenses.
Source: View From The Wing
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