Business Credit & Funding
We offer consultation and guidance on how to build business/corporate credit. We provide you with the means to separate your personal credit from your business. Through our unique process, shorten the normal 2-5 years to establish business and obtain credit down to only (90 days to 12 months), creating a new credit profile based on your Tax ID number and ability to qualify. We offer guidance on how to select companies who will provide your business with immediate credit. We assist you with the entire application and reporting process as well as choosing businesses that will grant credit to your company. The companies we work with will report payment experiences to the credit bureaus – and provide loans without a personal guarantee or the need for personal credit checks. We offer a program that is 95% hands-off, letting the corporate credit experts do the work. We consult, educate and work with our clients for a year.
If you need $50,000 to $300,000 in credit, click the button below for a free consultation. Our executive team offers expertise, wealth of knowledge and results that you can count on. We look forward to working with you.
Separating your personal business credit and establishing Corporate Credit can offer the following:
Lines of credit & Better Payment Terms (Net 30 or Net 60)
Business credit cards
Automobile leases without a personal guarantee or personal credit check
Business start-up and growth capital
Low cost, high return
Low Interest Rates
When to Establish Business Credit?
Plain and simple, you want to build business credit before your company needs it! No institution wants to lend to, partner with, or trust a company that cannot prove its financial stability. As a business owner you should start thinking about building credit history as soon as you incorporate. You can do this by obtaining your D&B DUNS Number. This process is possible, simply with a Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC), and using your tax identification number (EIN).
When officers and owners use their own personal credit profiles to obtain credit or obtain credit cards for the business, they risk the chance of personal liability, and weakening the corporate veil by co-mingling financial transactions. There are two reasons business owners should try not to use a personal guarantee in this situation:
The individual signer is liable if the business cannot make the payments
The credit obtained for the business can result in seizure of personal assets.
Keep in mind, business credit ratings are compiled much in the same way as your personal credit scores. They are created using several factors, including: available credit, the amount of available credit used, payment history, cash flow history, and many other financial indicators.
Obtaining lines of credit for a business is a process that is established over time. The older the business, the more options it will have to build credit and obtain loans without the use of personal guarantees. Age allows many businesses to demonstrate their credibility and financial stability, but this should not deter younger businesses from attempting to apply for credit lines. The best way a young business can demonstrate their trustworthiness is by strengthening their D&B credit report.
The first step in a strong financial picture is good personal credit. It allows you access to banks and programs with rates and terms that non-traditional lenders just can’t compete with.
We consult, educate and work with our clients for a year. Guided by our experienced consulting team, we are confident that we will find the right path for you. Our goal is to help you succeed!
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