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APTA members now have access to new financing options as part of a continually growing list of APTA member benefits. This includes the new APTA Mastercard powered by Bankers Healthcare Group, with both business and personal card options.

The new APTA credit card is designed with physical therapy professionals in mind, offering premium card features and benefits. With every purchase you make, a portion is donated to the APTA PT Fund, the association’s overarching funding source for the Minority Scholarship and Dimensions of Diversity funds.

APTA members also have access to a variety of loan solutions through BHG, including business loans, personal loans, and SBA 7(a) loans for debt consolidation, major purchases, starting a new business, and more.

To learn more about all the financing solutions available through BHG, visit APTA's website here.

BHG's suite of offerings is the latest addition to members-only offers, but they aren't the only benefit of APTA membership: Check out how becoming a part of APTA can open up access to professional resources, help you build pathways for career advancement, save you money through member discounts and special offers, and more.

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