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Setting up a Business Email and Website to be More Fundable

One place where lenders and vendors will be looking for your business is online. Even if they’re not specifically checking out your online presence, they may still need to know how to order your product or service, or where to send praise or complaints. Your online presence is where they will find that information, or not.

How to Read a Dun and Bradstreet Report

The Credit Score Class measures how often a company is delinquent in paying its bills. Overall numbers range from 1 to 5. A 1 is businesses least likely to be late. 5 is firms most likely to be late making payments. More granular scores run from 101 to 670. 670 is the highest risk.

Equipment Financing and Leasing

You will often put down less money than you would if you were buying the piece of equipment. You may be able to negotiate flexible terms with an equipment lease. It is easy to upgrade equipment after your lease ends. This is helpful if your equipment is something like a computer which quickly becomes obsolete.

A Complete Guide To Using Business Credit to Buy Real Estate

Have you ever considered using business credit to buy real estate? By doing so, you can protect your personal assets and still get the funding you need.