Business Structures: Using Corp., Llc, Or General Partnership To Gain Credibility

If you have ever tried to obtain a credit card, a mortgage loan to buy a home, or a car loan, then you know how important it is to have good personal credit. It is just as important to establish credit for your business. Strong business credit is important to help obtain business loans, better insurance premiums and leases.

One of the great benefits of starting a business is that it is possible to establish a new and separate credit profile that is distinct from your personal credit profile.

This means that you can structure your new business in a manner that allows you to build a pristine credit profile for your company, enabling the business to receive loans, credit cards, lines of credit, etc. that you would not be able to obtain as an individual (and often at better interest rates).

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