Making each dollar you spend on your business go further does not have to be difficult. Nobody said you have to jump through hoops or move mountains in order to put hundreds or even thousands back into your business. If you are a business owner who has excellent credit, or at least good credit, definitely consider our picks for the top business credit cards to see if they could be a great fit for you and your business.

American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card

Current offer: 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 12 months (See Rates & Fees)

Bonus offer value: No fixed value

Credit required: Excellent, Good

Annual fee: No annual fee (See Rates & Fees)

Benefits: American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card, a GET.com advertiser, is a no annual fee (See Rates & Fees) business credit card that lets you earn 2% cash back on all eligible purchases on up to $50,000 per calendar year, then 1%. Terms and limitations apply. The earning process is fuss-free as cash back earned is automatically credited to your statement. If you have big business purchases planned in the horizon and you appreciate having some flexibility and extra time in paying off your bill, take heart American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card offers 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for 12 months (See Rates & Fees). Thereafter, a 13.24% - 19.24% variable APR (See Rates & Fees) will apply, based on your creditworthiness and other factors as determined at the time of account opening. Should you choose to take advantage of the introductory APR offer, make sure to pay the minimum amount before your credit card's due date every month and commit to paying off your balance before the introductory period ends! American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card also offers a host of benefits, expense management tools to help you track and organize business expenses, travel and transportation perks along with protections that could come in handy when you're doing business on the road. Additionally, you can take advantage of Expanded Buying Power should you need to spend beyond your credit limit to get business done. Keep in mind your spending capacity adjusts with your use of the Card, payment history, credit record, financial resources known to American Express and other factors therefore your credit limit is not unlimited. Terms and limitations apply.

Denise Bay is a staff writer at GET.com. Email: denise.bay@get.com.