Business Credit Ally helps business owners get business credit

Business Credit Ally has been helping business owners reach their financing goals.


WEBWIRE – Thursday, December 06, 2012

As entrepreneurs, by nature you are already riskier than most. It’s imperative you separate your personal from your business. So, the fact you’re inquiring on how to get business credit and build you business credit profile speaks volumes. Fewer then 10 % of all entrepreneurs know about or truly understand how to get business credit, how it’s established and tracked, and how it affects their lives and businesses. There are several steps towards achieving your financing goals of your business. Business Credit Ally has a proven 6 step system to get you set up in the quickest fashion possible.

The first thing you’re going to need to understand is the basis of your credit score.
Business credit scores range on a scale from 0 to 100 with 75 or more considered a great rating. This is known as a Paydex score. A Paydex score is the score given to you by one of the business reporting agencies, like Dun and BradStreet. There are many factors that affect a business credit score. Unfortunately, it’s based on more than just whether you pay your bills on time. Some of the items you’ll want to consider when determining how to get business credit is the amount of available credit you have on bank lines of credit and credit cards. The length of time you’ve had a credit profile can also have an impact.

Here is the mistake many business owners make:
Leveraging their personal information to apply for business credit, leases and loans. By doing so, they’re risking their personal credit score and their personal assets.The key to establishing a business credit profile and score is to find companies that will establish credit for your business without using your personal credit information and then report the payment experiences to the business credit bureaus. The business credit bureaus are Dun and Bradstreet, Equifax and Experian. Having this information reported accurately can be the difference between success and failure on how to get business credit.

There are a few steps, some basic, when establishing business credit.
The basic steps are:

  1. Register your company and obtain an EIN number. You will need this for tax purposes. (register as an LLC or an S-corp. Anything besides a sole proprietorship).
  2. Register your company with the business credit bureaus.
  3. Ensure you business is set up correctly as to receive business credit.
  4. You may need a business plan and all your financial documents (Tax Statements, revenue statements, p/l etc.)
  5. You will need to find starter vendors and ensure you’ll be approved before you apply. (you don’t want a bunch of inquires)
  6. You will need to ensure you business credit lines are reporting to the appropriate agencies. One could go on about how everything works and how you business needs to be set up correctly; but here are the facts…Unless you know what you’re doing, you need to ask. Unless your business is set up for success in the business credit arena, chances are a business will struggle to do so.

This is why Business Credit Ally was formed. They take pride in helping business owners take the appropriate steps in how to get business credit. Go ahead and got to www.businesscreditally.com  to ensure you’re set up for success. There is a contact us page where you can have live business credit experts, who have helped hundred of business owners establish business credit and reach funding goals, go through your specific business with you.



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