Day: September 13, 2020

Best Small Business Credit Cards of 2020

If you operate a small business, whether it’s part-time or full-time, you may benefit from opening a business credit card. Most issuers have pretty lenient qualification requirements for what’s considered a “business owner” and will likely accept your application whether you freelance, sell items online or run a growing company with employees.

The most basic perk of a business credit card is the ability to keep personal and professional expenses separate, which makes things much easier come tax time. Plus, many business cards allow you to open free employee cards, which is a great way to streamline spending and eliminate the hassle of reimbursing employees for business charges made on personal cards.

Business credit cards come in all shapes and sizes, with cards offering rewards, interest-free financing on new purchases, luxurious travel perks, extended warranties, insurance and more. In order to qualify for a business card, you typically need excellent

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NY AG Asks Court for New Order to Make Bitfinex Turn Over Tether Loan Documents

The New York Attorney General’s office (NYAG) wants Tether and Bitfinex to immediately turn over documents detailing a $900 million line of credit the first entity extended to the second, according to a new filing with a public court system.

The NYAG’s office began a formal inquiry into Bitfinex and Tether in April 2019, when it alleged Bitfinex had lost access to more than $850 million in customer and corporate funds and covered up the shortfall by borrowing from Tether, with which it shares executives and corporate owners. The NYAG won a ruling that ordered the companies to turn over information pertaining to the extension of credit and the firms’ relationship. The respondents appealed, but lost the appeal in July.

“In the time since the [appeals court’s] ruling, the parties attempted to resolve this matter, unsuccessfully,” the filing, dated Sept. 8 (or exactly 61 days from when the appeals court

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Giants are finally releasing DeAndre Baker this week, so now the only question has to do with money

Recently, Dave Gettleman admitted it was “fair” to question why the Giants hadn’t yet cut troubled cornerback DeAndre Baker, but that “in life,” the general manager said “there’s timing involved.”



a baseball player holding a football ball: Cornerback DeAndre Baker will soon be waived by the Giants.


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Cornerback DeAndre Baker will soon be waived by the Giants.

Well, that timing is … now. Or, soon, at least.

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The Giants intend to move on from Baker this week, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, ending the former first-round pick’s controversial saga with Big Blue after just one season.

Baker was charged with four counts of armed robbery stemming from an alleged incident this summer in Florida. He was placed on the commissioner’s exempt list before training camp, and since then the Giants have planned for life without the 23-year-old.

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