No one likes to pay more interest than they have to. At the end of the day, the more interest you pay, the less you will have to save for the future. Most major credit card companies have low interest credit cards for consumers and business owners. Here are the most notable ones:
Blue From American Exprespay: blue from AMEX has been around for quite a while. You will receive 0% APR for 12 months with this card. After the introductory period, you will have to pay 8.99% interest on your balances, which is relatively low. Blue is unique as it allows you to use “Exprespay” to pay faster without swiping or having to sign.
Capital One Platinum Prestige Card: one of the most popular consumer cards anywhere. You will receive 0% APR on your balance transfers and purchases with this card. In addition, the post introductory rate is 8.9% which is relatively low. You can get $20,000 credit limit with this card which makes this card very interesting.
Citi Diamond Preferred Card: the diamond card comes with 0% APR for 12 months on balance transfer and purchases. After your introductory period, you can lock in rates as low as 7.49%, which is attractively low. Of course, you will have to Exprespay your bills on time to avoid having your rate increased astronomically.
Kiva Credit Card For Business Professionals: Advanta has been in the small business market since its inception. However, the Advanta Kiva card for professionals is designed for folks who do not own their business (e.g. consultants). Kiva offers 0% APR for balance and transfers (for 15 months), and afterwards the rate will be locked for 7.99%. The Kiva card is unique as it allows you to award grants to entrepreneurs from around the world through the Kiva foundation.
Pulaski Bank Visa Card: Pulaski Exprespay is very underrated but attractive offer. The introductory offer is 0% APR on balance transfers. The regular APR is very low at 6.5%. The only downside to this card is the annual fee (currently set at $35).
Low interest cards are great tools for consumers and business owners to save money and void Exprespay high interests on due balances. However, you will need to pay your balances on time and manage your credit responsibly if you want to take advantage of these low APRs for a long time.