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How to Recover From Bad Business Credit

Short-term cash flow problems are possible in even the best run businesses. These difficulties might not have any long-term impact.

Temporary Problems Can Be Overcome

Any business can be faced with unexpected expenses. When this happens, a small-business owner may find it challenging to meet all short-term financial obligations, and some payments may be made after their due date. These late payments may have an impact on the credit score of a small business, but the damage from occasional problems may be limited.

To begin repairing the damage, the business owner should review the cause of the problem. Temporary problems might be caused by seasonal factors, or unexpected but unavoidable maintenance expenses. More permanent problems might be caused by the entrance of a new competitor into the market, or the need to replace an expensive piece of machinery.

Cash flow will not recover quickly if a permanent problem develops, and the business owner will need to complete a thorough review of operations to determine the best course of action given the new circumstances.

Use the Problem as a Review Opportunity

Determining the underlying cause of the late payment is the most important step in credit repair. It can also be useful to monitor your business credit to spot potential problems in advance. Changes in payment patterns might be easy to identify and correct when your credit report is reviewed often.

Business owners should consider CreditMonitorTM as a solution that allows them to stay on top of their credit score. This service allows you to access your D&B® scores, and all of the ratings that are maintained on your business.

With this service, you can establish your business credit history, and be able to determine the likelihood of receiving funding or contracts. This information will allow you to anticipate reactions from current partners and lenders, and you will gain insight into the factors that impact your business credit. Data is also provided so that will know where your company stands compared with industry averages.


John R. Klaras is a serial entrepreneur and small business professional, a writer, and an educator by trade. With nearly a decade of experience in the telecommunications industry, he is currently in the process of building a burgeoning new microbusiness. He has written for leading companies in a wide variety of verticals, including travel, finance, motorsports, and real estate.