The Basics of Business Credit Series: Judging a Company’s Credibility
Author of “Drop Debt: Surviving Credit Card Hell Without Bankruptcy,” Harvey Warren, discusses why a corporate credit card may be a good idea for you and your business, even if you have poor personal credit.
Small-business owners should follow the ant’s lead. The need for extra capital is inevitable, and the best time to build business credit is long before it is needed.
Having good credit benefits small businesses in a number of ways, but good business credit doesn’t happen automatically. Building a solid rating takes preparation.
Credit cards build business credit and offer rewards, but are those perks enough to offset the costs of using them? Is it possible to build good credit without them?
As important as business credit is, small-business owners owe it to themselves to develop an understanding of the factors that affect their scores. What are they?
These days, credit card use is an essential part of doing business. But, when choosing a credit card for your small business, it’s important to weigh the costs against the benefits.
Great business credit offers more than low interest rates. Building a solid business credit rating is an opportunity that no small-business owner can afford to ignore.
Good business credit is crucial for success. Fortunately, it’s not as difficult to establish as some business owners might think, as long as certain steps are followed. What are they?
While using personal credit to start a new business is common, continuing to commingle business and personal expenses and credit is far from being a best practice.