Considering applying for low-cost, long-term financing? Learn how to build your business credit with these steps.
Credit cards can be misused but the right card and the right strategy can help you strengthen and grow your small business. Here are tips from a financial professional.
When running a business, growth and savings opportunities can pop up at any time and might require additional funds.
National Get Smart About Credit Day is being observed this year on October 19th.
As a small business owner, you might not think that your personal credit score is important. However, a good personal credit score is required is you want to secure low-cost funds to pursue business building strategies.
Raising capital is always top of mind for entrepreneurs. If you can get it, a low cost small business loan and checking on your SBA loan qualifications are the best way to help fund growth initiatives.
Good business credit is considered an economic resource that makes up the financial foundation of a company.
With counterfeit card fraud still a big problem in the U.S., you owe it to your business (and yourself) to take safety precautions. Your business could financially suffer and you could lose customers as well.
Small business owners are often familiar with the role credit plays in getting their company started, but what about when you’re up, running, and open for business? Both personal and business credit can play a significant role in your short- and long-term business objectives.
Ahh, the credit score. Most small business owners know the importance of those three little numbers that lenders use to determine the risk of lending you money.
There’s a lot of information out there regarding credit scores – mostly about what is on the report and how to improve your score. But it’s also important to know what won’t appear on your report.
Small business credit cards give business owners access to a revolving line of credit.