A business credit card is one way to get funding for a side hustle. It’s essential that you’re making enough money in order to meet any repayments. Borrowing can be a positive move if your intention is to expand your business. Any credit card can help to separate side hustles costs from personal spending. For a new venture, it’s better to wait before applying for a credit card if you have no essential costs early on. Some cards are only available to those with a turnover of over £10,000 or more. Others, like the Capital On Tap Business Rewards Credit Card, are exclusively for limited companies. Author Rosemary Rosemary McEwenmary is a freelance writer and ghostwriter. . . .