For establishing business, credit, and buying relationships, a business card is de rigeur. You can form a “contracting” or “development” business, give yourself a title, and include any license numbers, like your State Tax ID or “Resale” number. Email address and fax number are handy, along with phone/cell numbers. The Vista Printing site (or “cardconnection.com
”) mentioned below is “too good to be true”. My son Ben tracked through some recurring expenses on his credit cards and discovered that the site had ensnared him into some unwitting click-throughs that obligated him for hundreds of dollars of charges over a year’s time. Far better to use your local quick printer like Kinko’s or Alphagraphics for a truly inexpensive batch of cards with no strings attached.