Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card Review

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"A New Small Business Owner’s Best Friend"

This card offers great rewards and no annual fee, as well as a 0% intro APR. Any new business owner that needs to get going will enjoy this card.

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So you’ve taken the plunge: you’re incorporated! Now officially a small business owner, you have your business plan made and ready to execute. Now, where can you get a small business line of credit or loan to get you started?

If you don’t want to get small business loans and prefer a card with no annual fee, then the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card is an excellent first choice.

Card Summary Table

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Are you a stressed business owner? Get the financing you need to hire the help you want by using the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card.

Sign-Up Bonus and Earning Categories

Kick off your business credit card rewards by earning bonus cash back after you spend the required amount in the allotted time from account opening (see above). This reward goes straight into your Ultimate Rewards balance.

The Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card also typically has an introductory APR, which is an excellent benefit for a new business that has not yet developed a good cash flow.

Use this to your advantage to avoid paying interest on a business loan.

To earn cash rewards, use the card on common business expenses. Earn 5% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at office supply stores and on cellular phone, landline, internet and cable TV services each account anniversary year.

Earn 2% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at gas stations and restaurants each account anniversary year. Earn 1% cash back on all other card purchases with no limit to the amount you can earn.

Bottom Line:  The Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card earns 5% cash-back at office supply stores, on cell phones, internet and cable, and 2% at gas stations and restaurants!

Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card Benefits for Businesses

Sign up for the card under your own social security number or under your business Employee Identification Number (EIN).

This means that if you own multiple small businesses, you can sign up for multiple cards and get the sign-up bonus for each!

Chase provides free employee cards so they can make authorized purchases for your business and earn you rewards points. You’ll want to make sure they spend the card at the appropriate stores to maximize your 5% and 2% cash-back benefits.

Your Points and Rewards

Points earned from your card are pooled into your Chase reward program account.

You can use them for cash-back in the form of statement credit starting at 2,000 points ($20), or you can use them in the Chase rewards portal for shopping, travel, gift cards, and more.

While this card certainly stands alone, we highly recommend combining it with the The Chase Freedom®Chase Freedom Unlimited℠, Chase Sapphire Reserve℠ Card, and Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card so you can really squeeze value out of the rewards earned.

Bottom Line: Always look for ways to maximize the value of your points, which may include getting multiple cards. The Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card can be combined with other Ultimate Rewards cards.

Additional Benefits of the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card

If you have Chase travel cards (which will only cost $95/yr), you can pool all of your points earned under the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card to take advantage of this card’s travel rewards.

These benefits include a 20% discount off flights purchased through the travel portal plus the ability to transfer points to your favorite loyalty programs, which is generally where the highest value redemptions are earned.

Essentially, this is an automatic 25% boost to your points value! See the Card Math section for details.

Chase provides business services for you with this card to help you manage your affairs.

These include the free Mobile Ink App, which helps you track your spending, file receipts, set spending limits for your employee cards, and get instant alerts from every purchase so you can track your business activity in real-time.

If you’re a business owner spending more than $25,000 on the card in the categories available in a given year, then you likely won’t maximize your value with this card.

Above this threshold, you should upgrade to the Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card or another business card.

The Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card also works in conjunction with the Chase Freedom®, but it gives you the same rewards that the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card does (i.e. the travel portal and transfer partners).

You’ll find the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card useful if you spend a lot in travel and dining, as these two categories are not represented on the Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card.

Bottom Line: The Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card is a very valuable business card for the small business owner just getting started. It has low risk, a strong rewards structure, and the ability to utilize with the other Chase all-star cards.

Great Card If

  • You’re a new small business owner without a lot of cash flow
  • You are a small business owner who utilizes the categories and doesn’t spend over $25k
  • You also own the Chase Freedom®, Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card or Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card
  • You’d like to add more cash reward points to your Chase reward program account

Don't Get If

  • You are a high-spending small business ($25k+) in the designated rewards categories
  • You don’t utilize these categories in your business

U.P. Pro Tips

How you maximize your cash rewards is only up to your imagination!

For instance, use the Chase Freedom® during it’s category bonus quarter to purchase gift cards for business expenses through grocery stores.

This helps you offset any spending above the $25k thresholds on the card, ensuring that you get as many points for your dollar as possible.

As one example, you could purchase gift cards for office supply stores if you’ll spend over the $25k bonus limit in that categories. In this way, you’d keep earning more than 1x per dollar, which it would drop down to if you reached your bonus spending limit.

Desk Office Supplies
Office supply spending can be very lucrative when using the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card in combination with the Chase Freedom® Card!

How To Use the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card: The Upgraded Way

Best Way To Maximize Points

With this card, there are so many ways to maximize your points that it’s hard to know where to begin! Here’s a list of all of our tips to help you out:

Tip #1: Know exactly where you’re spending in each of the categories.

Make sure you aren’t surpassing any spending thresholds, which will reduce your earning from 2x or 5x down to 1x.

Tip #2: Prioritize your spending in the 5x category, which is one of the highest earning on any card around.

Since you can open this card even if you’re not incorporated (for example, if you’re making some extra cash on the side), it’s a great idea to get it and then put your spending in these categories on the card.

Tip #3: Utilize your full $25k threshold on the card; find ways to spend it if you can’t!

If you have some purchases in lower earning categories you need to make, check around for gift card deals at office supply stores like Staples or Office Depot to earn 5x points.

You could potentially find deals for restaurants, airlines, eBay or many other categories where you may only earn 1-3x points on another card.

Tip #4: Put as much business spending on the card as you can, but also use higher earning cards when you can.

You can’t always pay for things with a card (rent, insurance, etc.), but finding a way to put whatever you can on there will help you earn points for everything.

Tip #5: Get your free employee cards right away!

Have your employees put any business-related expenses on the card. Whether you have them reimburse the card personally or you keep it as a business expense is up to you and the IRS, but the more people spending the quicker your rewards will rack up.

For instance, put your employees’ phone, cable, and internet bills on the cards as expenses if they work at home. Pay for gas on any trips or food for any clients they may take out for dinner.

Tip #6: Get the Chase Freedom®, Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, and/or Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card.

You’ll earn sign-up bonuses and also maximize your ability to earn points by widening the amount of categories covered.

First, use the Chase Freedom® Card for all spending in the quarterly bonus categories to earn 5x points on the $1,500 limit while keeping you from reaching your spending thresholds.

Then, use the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card to pay for all dining- and travel-related expenses to earn unlimited 2x points, at least on any amount over the $25k threshold.

Finally, use the Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card on travel as well (in place of the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card). This widens your spending thresholds so you can continue to earn points for expenses.

Tip #7: Use your card with customers or clients for any business-related expenses, such as gas for travel and food for business meetings.

Tip #8: Use the Chase Freedom® Card to purchase gift cards if you’ve maxed out other categories; you can get gift cards from supermarkets.

Tip #9: Look for deals in the Chase Shopping Portal online.

You earn an additional 1x-12x+ points for purchases! In addition, you may be able to purchase things that you couldn’t get a good deal on otherwise.

For instance, you can purchase things through Walmart/Sam’s club, Groupon, Bed Bath & Beyond, and

See the our reviews for the Chase Freedom® and Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card for more details.

Tip #10: Don’t stop with just utilizing other Chase cards for points; use airline and hotel dining programs, too.

Sign up to a dining program to earn a ton more points in programs of your choice! The more you eat out the more points you’ll earn, and it’s completely free.

Bonus Tip:  It’s possible to earn 100k points in just a few months, using the right combination of tips!

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Don’t forget to sign up to your favorite airline or hotel dining program to earn additional points on top of the 2% cash-back you’ll get from the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card!

Best Way To Redeem Points

Chase Ultimate Rewards is a great online portal to use because it is so versatile.

With the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card, all your points accumulate into your account where they can then be used directly, transferred between other cards, or used for travel or shopping redemption.

Using Your Chase Ultimate Rewards Points for Travel

Overall, the most valuable way to redeem points is to first have the full range of cards suggested. Then, combine all your points into one portal.

The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card or Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card portals are where you’ll be able to get the most value for your points.

Here, you can use all your points in the Chase Travel portal to book flights with no blackout dates at 20% off. You’ll earn frequent flier miles and be able to use your status if you have it.

Or, you can use points to transfer to a variety of travel partners.

These include British Airways, Southwest Airlines, and more. By using these redemption methods, you will garner $0.0125 per mile or more.

Alternatives to Travel

You can use your points to redeem for things in the shopping portal, but since this usually only gets you $0.01 per mile (and often much less), we don’t generally recommend doing it.

Occasionally, deals do pop up that could increase the value (such as some gift cards), but we deem the Ultimate Rewards portal to be the best for travel overall.

Another option is the Chase Experience portal. Here, they put together unique experiences that you can book with your points. These may or may not hold value to you; feel free to look through them to see if the value is worth it.

You’re also able to use the money for statement credit, but again you will only earn $0.01 per mile, which under-utilizes your points’ potential. The lowest amount you can cash in for credit is 2,000 points (equal to $20).


The Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card does not have any direct partners outside of the Chase Shopping portal. Through this portal, you earn additional cash back rewards at places like Groupon, Walmart, and Bed Bath & Beyond.

Our Chase Freedom® review has some more details.

Earn More Partners With More Cards

If you have a Chase travel reward credit card, you will have access to the travel partners that allow you to transfer points at a 1:1 ratio to the following travel partners:

Airline partners include Air France KLM, British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus, JetBlue, Singapore Airlines, Southwest AirlinesUnited Airlines and Virgin Atlantic. Hotel partners include Hyatt, IHG, and Marriott.

Card Math

Let’s use some math to find out if the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card is worth it. Since this is a business card, we’ll come up with some small business numbers to help determine the usefulness. A quick recap on the card:

Annual FeeOffice Supply, Cell Phone, Landline, Internet, Cable PurchasesGas Station and Restaurant PurchasesAll Other Purchases
$05x pts on first $25,000 (1x pts after)2x pts on first $25,000 (1x pts after)1x pts

A Summary Up Front

We’re going to summarize this section here since the card math gets a little complex:

Point 1: The card is worth it if you won’t max out those $25,000 ($25k) categories and have a low-spending business.

Point 2: It becomes more valuable (no matter the spending level) when you combine it with the Chase Freedom®. This card can be added to your strategy at no cost and even comes with its own sign-up bonus!

Point 3: Using this card with the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card can be valuable as well, but there is a minimum amount of spending and reward redemption that will make it so.

This calculation will be unique to your situation, but the goal would be to utilize the travel and dining categories to fill in any gaps, and use the travel portal and points transfer options to get enough value to make up for the $95 annual fee.

Recall that the fee is waived for one year, which helps.

Point 4: The Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card card beats out the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card in a lot of cases with its much larger sign-up bonus and larger spending thresholds (even though it comes with the $95 fee).

It also provides the same travel benefits as the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card. Basically, know what you are going to be spending and get the appropriate card.

Each business is different, and those unique aspects of your business should drive which card you get.

Point 5: One strategy is to start with the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card to collect the bonus and utilize the card while you get your business going.

Later, upgrade to the Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card to collect another sign-up bonus and maximize your reward potential. Always think outside the box!

So, onto the math.

Example 1: Typical Small Business Finances

As a small business owner, let’s assume you have a variety of expenses in the following amounts yearly (say your business is a local consultancy).

The majority of your spending ends up being in the “other” category. You have a decent amount in the higher rewards categories but still come in well below the thresholds.

Spending CategoriesAmountOtherAmount
Office Supplies $12,000Conferences/Networking $2,000
Cell Phone $2,400Travel Expenses Related to Above$2,000
Landline $  –Legal Fees $10,000
Internet $1,800Advertising/Marketing $10,000
Cable $  –Web Expenses (Including Dev) $12,100
Gas Station $5,200Other Transportation $500
Restaurants $2,600Accounting Fees $10,000
Total $24,000 Insurance $1,200
Office Rent $60,000
Total $107,800

We assumed here that you do all your business on your cell phone and have no need to use a landline or to watch cable TV at work, so we put zeros in those categories.

In addition, we assumed there is a weekly meal you purchase for a client and that you’ll be driving frequently throughout the year. We estimated a variety of other expenses.

To calculate the points you’ll earn, we will separate them into their earning categories and total dollars spent, then calculate the points earned over the year:

Reward Earning CategoryTotal Dollars SpentTotal Points Earned
5x pts$16,20081,000
2x pts$7,80015,600
1x pts$107,800107,800
Grand Total$131,800204,400

Bottom Line: In total, at this spending you could earn 204,400 pts, which is worth $2,040 at direct conversion when using the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card. That’s a pretty good reward for no annual fee!

But what is the trade off when you start having higher expenses?

Example 2: Adding Additional Employees – Is the Card Still Worth It?

Let’s say that you end up hiring an additional three people to work for you as your client base grows. All of the expenses that are based on an individual will quadruple now that there are four total people, and your new expenses look like this:

Spending CategoriesAmountOtherAmount
Office Supply $48,000Conferences/Networking $8,000
Cell Phone $9,600Travel Expenses Related to Above $8,000
Landline $   –Legal Fees $20,000
Internet $7,200Advertising/Marketing $10,000
Cable $  –Web Expenses (Including Dev) $12,100
Gas Station $20,800Other Transportation $2,000
Restaurants $10,400Accounting Fees $20,000
Total $96,000 Insurance $4,800
Office Rent $60,000
Total $144,900

Bottom Line: Your new rewards will change because your 2-5% rewards are limited to a maximum of $25k, after which your rewards will come in at 1%.

Below we’ll explore how Example 2 might look while comparing other cards to the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card.

Further Comparing: Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card and Chase Freedom® Card (Example 2)

As we mentioned above, this card works well with other Chase cards, so what if you’re also using the Chase Freedom® and Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card in your strategy?

To find out the potential improvement, you would have to figure out where these cards will be the better choice for spending. We will only compare business spending; otherwise, the math will just get messier!

Let’s start with the Chase Freedom®, which earns quarterly bonuses of 5%. The business categories that it has the potential to cover are restaurants and gas stations, both of which only earn 1-2x points when using the above two cards.

It can also double for the office supply category if you use to purchase office supplies, which would only be relevant if you went over the maximum limit since all cards earn 5x in this category already.

Keep in mind that these categories can change any time, and we are using the 2015 categories for this estimate.

With this in mind, during the quarters you earn 5x for restaurants and gas stations, let’s assume you use the Chase Freedom® Card to maximize rewards rather than the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card.

Spending Scenario Notes: Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card

The same idea works for the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card in travel and dining. With the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card, you’ll add 8,000 additional points ($80) to your total when the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card is used for your travel expenses (only an additional 1x is earned) in Example 1.

However, at the higher spending limit, you should use the Chase Freedom® and the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card to really maximize and offset any spending over the $25k limit.

After factoring in the usage of the Chase Freedom®, there is $3,200 of spillover cash in the 2x earning categories in Example 2.

By using the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card in the restaurant category, you will earn 2x points (1x more) plus an additional 3,200 points ($32).

Hot Tip: Just use the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card for all restaurants, since there is no limit to your earnings and it is equal to the business cards. This saves you money in that category threshold!

In this example, the total value of the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card comes to $112 at direct conversion of points, which goes beyond the $95 fee.

It also gives you the now added benefit of using your points with the multitude of travel partners with Chase. This allows you to up the ante on the value of your points depending on how you spend them.

Bottom Line: The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card adds both points/dollar value and benefit value to the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card.

Spending Your Points Optimally

Using the trio of cards, you earn 389,100 points over the year with the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card.

This is $4,863.75 of direct travel value through the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card travel portal. Your other option is to transfer those miles into your British Airways account and use it to book travel on Oneworld partners.

Assuming a 60,000 point round-trip ticket to Europe (worth about $1,200 cash), you are now able to get six full round-trip tickets to Europe, which is worth $7,200 at that price.

Get even more value if you use points to upgrade from your existing ticket or book a higher class.

Note that some carriers (like British Airways) charge fees for international travel, so be sure to book on one where this difference in value makes sense.

Bottom Line: Consistently spending your points in the best possible way extends the value of any card!

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Make sure to take some time to review how to optimally earn and spend points; you may be surprised about where you are missing out!

Math Conclusion

Again, this is a more complicated card math than our other reviews due to the fact that the card has so much potential to combine its use with other cards to benefit your business.

We didn’t even take into account your own personal spending, which just further boosts value and justifies the multiple cards.

Final Note: Remember that the Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card provides similar benefits to the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, so it may be worth it to get one or the other, but not necessarily both.

As always, do your own calculations (or ask us for help!) and figure out what makes the most sense for you.

Bottom Line:  The Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card upwards of $2,000 in value per year using our calculations!

The Gritty Details: Everything Else You Need To Know

Your rewards points will show up in your rewards portal found under your account. If you have multiple Chase cards, they will all be linked on your main account overview page and also in the Ultimate Rewards portal itself.

From there, you can select the points summary in the top right to navigate between cards, and this is also where you transfer points between portals. It is a simple step that must be taken in order to maximize the rewards.

Always make sure you are purchasing from qualified merchants. Some merchants do not count in a category you might think, and the best way to check is by reviewing your statements or looking it up online.

Other Unique Features

Auto rental collision damage waiver – When you decline a car rental agency’s insurance, you are able to get coverage for the full value of the car, with some exceptions that will be in your cardmember agreement.

While on non-business cards this is typically a secondary insurance, meaning your insurance must be utilized first, for business trips this will act as a primary insurance.

Purchase protection – For 120 days after purchases, the credit card issuer will insure you against damage and theft for up to $10,000 per incident and $50,000 maximum per account. You’ll have to have all your purchase information plus any information about the incident before submitting to Chase for review.

Extended warranty protection – For warranties of three years or less, Chase will extend the length of the manufacturer’s warranty by one year. Exceptions will apply, and there will be a limit to the amount of coverage (see your agreement).

Mobile Ink app – This app helps you manage your spending on your card, and is only available for iOS and Android.

Purchase alerts – When you sign up for purchase alerts, a push notification will be sent to your phone anytime the card is used. This doesn’t necessarily cover every purchase, but the information is always available in your Chase app.

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Is the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card a good card? Is it worth it?

We think that the card is good for anyone spending less than $25,000 per year on your card, and anyone who will utilize the other Chase cards to optimize their reward points.

Having a business line of credit is very beneficial to you, especially when starting up. When you’re in a pinch, a business cash advance also goes a long way.

To fully use the card to its potential, you should also get the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card or Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card.

Does the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card have a 0% APR offer?

Typically, see the current sign-up bonus in the card summary table at the top of the page.

Is the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card a cash-back card?

Yes, technically the card is marketed as a cash-back card. You will earn 1%-5% cash back rewards on your purchases depending on the categories, which is usable as statement credit.

Earn 5% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at office supply stores and on cellular phone, landline, internet and cable TV services each account anniversary year.

Earn 2% cash back on the first $25,000 spent in combined purchases at gas stations and restaurants each account anniversary year. Earn 1% cash back on all other card purchases with no limit to the amount you can earn.

However, in practice, it works as a points card. The cash-back accumulates in Chase Ultimate Rewards as points. From there, you can spend the reward points in the online shopping portals to earn rewards or transfer them to another Chase card account.

What is the difference in the Chase Freedom® Card vs Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card?

While they are both cash-back cards, the main difference is where bonuses are offered. While the Chase Freedom® offers rotating 5% categories each quarter, the Chase business credit card allows you to earn 5% in select categories year round.

The Chase Freedom® also limits your earning on the first $1,500 of each quarters’ categories, while the business card allows you to get 5% all year in the same categories on up to $25,000.

After hitting either cards’ limits, you will earn a 1% cash back reward.

Finally, for business card holders, Chase offers free cards for employees as well as tools to help manage and track your spending. You can add one authorized user on your Chase Freedom® Card, and you can utilize the Chase BluePrint to help manage your finances.

Can the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card use Ultimate Rewards?

Yes! You can transfer your cash-back into the Ultimate Rewards Portal in order to utilize the Chase rewards available. Simply log in to your account, click on Ultimate Rewards, and you will see your points balance on the account.

Does the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card provide travel rewards?

No. In order to get the travel rewards that Chase offers, you must have the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, Chase Sapphire Reserve℠ Card or Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card.

With these, you are able to transfer the points you earn on any Chase Ultimate Rewards card to one of those two cards to unlock the travel benefits.

What is the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card foreign transaction fee?

There is a 3% foreign transaction fee.

What is the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card login?

The login for is the same as other cards; use your standard Chase Login.

Is the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card free? What is the annual fee?

There is no annual fee for the card.

What are the benefits of the Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card?

First, you have the cash-back categories. Earn between 1%-5% cash back rewards in selected categories all year round, up to $25,000 in total spending in each of the different tiers (both 5% and 2%).

This cash-back is usable as statement credit or in Chase Ultimate Rewards portal.

Next, because it is a business card, Chase offers employees free cards. It also offers business apps and tools to help manage and track your spending.

Finally, the card offers a variety of insurances, including purchase, auto rental, and extended warranties.

How many Ultimate Rewards cards are there?

There are six in total:

  • Chase Ink Business Cash℠ Credit Card
  • Chase Freedom®
  • Chase Freedom Unlimited℠
  • Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
  • Chase Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card
  • Chase Sapphire Reserve℠ Card

What are the best small business cash back credit cards?

Finding the best credit card for your small business depends on what you are looking for. The highest reward rate? An intro APR? Check out our article on best cash back credit cards for small business.


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