Learn how to build business credit and access more business financing.
A trade reference is a document that summarizes your payment history with another business and can help you qualify for new credit. Find out how they work.
An overview of seven types of common business loans, including the average loan amount range you can expect for each.
The answer relies upon four key factors — how long you’ve been in business, revenue, personal and business credit scores, and the loan amount.
Learn how long it takes, on average, to build business credit and strategies for streamlining the process.
Learn what credit card stacking is, the pros and cons, and if it’s right for your business.
Some lines of credit do not require a personal guarantee. Learn more on how to qualify for these lines of credit.
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.
You can buy a house with business credit, but it’s better for real estate investing than for purchasing your personal residence. Here’s what you need to know.
A business credit builder loan is an installment account designed to help you improve your business credit score. Find out how they work.