What is a business credit card?

The core function of a business credit card is to provide short-term access to funds. This can help businesses make purchases while they wait for incoming or slow payments from customers. With the benefit of interest-free days, businesses may also improve their cash-flow.

NAB business credit cards are business liability cards, meaning the business is responsible for the account. They have been designed to be held and used by a business entity instead of an individual.

The benefits of a NAB business credit card

Business credit cards offer several practical benefits specifically designed to benefit business owners.

Help separate your expenses at tax time

Using a business credit card can help you separate your personal and business expenses, giving you a clear picture of business spending to make record keeping far easier.

  • Monitor cash flow and reporting more easily.
  • Avoid the need to analyse each transaction to determine what was personal and what was for business.
  • Fees charged to a business account are considered a business expense, so they will be tax deductable.

Manage employee spending

If you have staff who have travel and entertainment expenses, or who need to make purchases on behalf of the business, a business credit card will help you keep track of their spending. 

  • A business owner can set spending limits for each cardholder and can quickly block cards, making it easy to control how the cards are used.
  • Detailed monthly statements per cardholder and one for your overall business card facility will help you with your account reconciliation and tax preparation.

The NAB Business Card is a great choice for this as it allows businesses to provide employees their own charge card, with transactions made viewable online via NAB Internet Banking or NAB Connect.

Improve business cashflow

NAB business credit cards provide short-term access to funds with interest-free days. This means businesses have more time to make payments without incurring interest, which helps improve cashflow.

The NAB Low Rate Business Card is best suited to maximising cashflow, with up to 55 interest-free days on business purchases (excluding cash advances).  New and approved NAB Low Rate Business Card customers  can also take advantage of our 0% p.a. on purchases for 12 months offer.

Simplify business spending

NAB business credit cards make business purchases for employees and business owners quick and easy, by removing the hassle of reimbursing employees who use their personal cards.

As a business grows and employees change, it’s also easy to make updates within your facility.

NAB business credit cards also work with all leading digital wallets, allowing easy payments on the go using a smartphone or wearable 

Earn rewards from business purchases

We offer two business credit card products that earn points when you make everyday business purchases. Our NAB Rewards Business Signature Card and our NAB Qantas Business Signature Card Compared to NAB’s consumer reward credit cards, our business reward credit cards offer great points per dollar earned rates and have a higher point earning potential.

Access to Visa business offers and premium benefits

All NAB business credit card customers can claim Visa Commercial Offers, opens in new window. Gain access to a comprehensive suite of benefits across a variety of business services. These include accounting software, marketing solutions and productivity tools that will enhance the efficiency of your business.

Visa Premium benefits, opens in new window are available to all Visa Business Signature cardholders (our business reward cards). Special travel and retail privileges, created by Visa Premium, include car rental discounts, access to hand-picked hotels, offers on airport lounges and travel programs.

View the latest offers through our small business hub.

Our business rewards credit cards

These NAB business credit cards have the potential for you to earn and redeem rewards for your business.

NAB Rewards Business Signature Card

  • Earn 1.25 NAB Rewards points per $1 spent on everyday business purchases (points are not capped).
  • Payments at the Australian Taxation Office earn 1.25 NAB Rewards points per $1 spent.
  • Earn double points on purchases made at selected major department and hardware stores.
  • Earn triple points with Webjet, when Travelling Overseas or on Overseas Purchases made here in Australia.
  • Redeem points at the NAB Rewards Store for gift cards, merchandise, flights, travel, technology and more.

NAB Rewards Business Signature Card

NAB Qantas Business Signature Card

  • Get more from your business purchases and maximise your Qantas points.
  • Earn 1 Qantas Point for every $1.5 spent on everyday business purchases.
  • Payments at the Australian Taxation Office earn 1 Qantas point for every $1.50 spent.
  • Points are capped at $50000 spend per card per statement period.
  • Decide which cardholder is credited with the Qantas points.

NAB Qantas Business Signature Card

Choose the best credit card for your business. 
Explore our range of business credit cards and compare features, rates, business rewards and offers.

Features of NAB business credit cards

Fraud protection

If fraud occurs and you’ve operated your account responsibly, you'll be reimbursed for the fraudulent transaction. Read more about NAB Defence.

Online security

Visa Secure reduces online fraud by confirming your identity when making a purchase.

Digital payments

You can now tap and pay with your smartphone and wearables.

Add cardholders

Add additional cardholders. Maximum 1,000 cardholders per facility.

Emergency assistance

Our lost and stolen team are here for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, if your credit card goes missing.

Choosing the right business credit card

Every business is different, so there’s no single business card option that will suit everyone. The right business card for your business will be the one that best fits with your current business spending. Consider the following when choosing:

  • your capital expenses (what you spend on maintaining or growing your business)
  • how many employees need access to funds held within your business account
  • functionality and ease of business expense management
  • fees and interest rates
  • if you want to earn rewards or benefits for what your business spends.

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