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With its outstanding cash back on purchases and no annual fee, the American Express SimplyCash Business Credit Card can be the right choice for your small business needs. If interested in applying for this card, we have created a step-by-step guide for you on how to fill in and submit an online application form.
Before starting the online application for this card, make sure you meet the requirements listed below:
- Have at least 18 years of age
- Be a legal U.S. resident
- Have a valid Social Security Number
- Be the owner or legal representative of a legal business company or corporation
- Possess a Federal Tax ID related to your business
- Provide information relative to your business including the industry type, the number of employees, the estimated monthly expenses and the annual business revenue.
How to Apply
Here is our step-by-step guide on how to fill in and submit an online application:
Step 1: Go to the card’s homepage and click on the ‘Apply’ button for opening the online application form.
Step 2: Enter the required information regarding your business such as: email address, the legal business name, the business address line, city, state, zip code, business phone number, industry type, company structure, years in business, number of employees, annual business revenue, estimated monthly spend and federal tax ID. After completing all the mandatory fields, click on the ‘Continue’ button.
Step 3: introduce your personal information including your: first and last name, home address, date of birth, Social Security Number, e-mail address, primary phone number and total annual income. Choose the mailing address between your provided home or business ones. Click on the ‘Verify Application’ button to receive the results of your application.
Q: What is Federal Tax ID?
The Federal Tax ID stands for the Federal Tax Identification Number, which is also well known as The Employer Identification Number or the Federal Employer Identification Number. It is a unique nine-digit number assigned by the Internal Revenue Service to business units which functions in the United States for the purposes of identification. Tax administration uses these numbers and they should not be used for any other purpose.
Q: What is annual revenue?
Annual revenue represents the money that a company receives during an annual period, including all the discounts and deductions. It is the business income which entails total revenue without total expenses. It can be calculated for a certain period of time.
Q: Can I buy above my credit limit?
Yes, this card allows you to buy above your credit limit,*but the amount that can be spend is limited, meaning that it is based on your payment history, credit record, and many other factors. There is no need to take any steps in trying to get the extra credit.
Q: How does a Charge card differ from a Credit card?
A Credit Card gives you the chance to pay for your purchases in full, but the amount that can be spent is limited by the money you have on the card. On the other hand, Charge Cards give you the possibility to spend more money than you have on your card and it offers no pre-set spending limit for purchases, which is again limited, depending on many factors in relation to your account. However, the balance must be paid in full by the end of the month.