Learn how to build business credit and access more business financing.
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The DUNS Number is used for identifying businesses and in business credit reporting. But there are other uses too.
Learn about the importance of NAICS codes and how to choose low risk industries for business credit.
Learn about the main business credit bureaus that most heavily contribute to your credit score, including Dun & Bradstreet, Equifax, Experian, and more.
Learn about the differences between business checking and personal checking accounts to figure out which option is best for your business.
Learn proven strategies to build business credit in 30 days, such as establishing a firm business identity, opening business tradelines, and more.
An overview of the top net 30 accounts to help new and established businesses build business credit and boost cash flow.
A list of net 60 vendors and other alternatives for increasing your cash flow and building business credit.
Some see shelf corporations as a shortcut to building business credit, but that isn’t smart. They’re expensive and risky. Here’s what to do instead.
A business tradeline is any credit account given to a business that shows up on a business credit report. Some are better than others.