Our non-profit wonders if there is a company that can issue multiple cards with different numbers, but all under one account. We are the Madras United Methodist Church who has an IRS #. Yet under the church we have 2 programs that each has received their own different IRS numbers. We need an efficient method of being able to continue to keep the funding separate. Is there any company that does this kind of thing? Of course we would not want to pay an annual fee if possible. We would pay off the bill(s) within the time period so as not to incur interest fees. Thanks!
Answered on Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 by
Amy Miller

It is possible to get multiple business credit cards, with different numbers, for separate businesses (even if non-profit) that can be managed under one account. Although the credit card company will open the business credit card under your business name, and will request its Tax Id; you are required to submit yourSocial Security number for review of your credit history. Your Social Security number will be used to pull your personal credit report and decision will be made based on your credit history whether to approve or disapprove your business for a credit card. Providing Social Security number also identifies you as a primary card holder with rights to manage all opened accounts.Keep in mind, if you prefer to manage your accounts online, many banks offer ability to link your separate business credit card accounts (personal ones as well) under a single user name, which makes it easier to manage them allat once. For better results, we recommend American Express, notorious for offering business credit cards specifically for small and large business, including not-for-profit corporations. Their rewards programs is worthy of your consideration for business related transactions.

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