How Business Credit Can Help or Hurt Access to CapitalA company’s business credit file, part of its Live Business Identity in the Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud, can help give banks and other lenders a clearer picture of a potential borrower’s financial standing. Businesses with strong credit scores and ratings are usually seen as presenting less risk than other companies. A business’s credit file may play a critical role in whether it can access the funds necessary for growth.
Leasing Versus Buying Equipment as a Small BusinessBusiness credit scores and ratings may influence a company’s ability to lease equipment. Learn More
Small Business Funding: Lines of CreditLearn why some businesses tap lines of credit to fund operations. Learn More
Small Business Loans Through Traditional LendersLearn more about small business loans through banks and other traditional lenders - types of loans, how to prepare for your appointment, and more. Learn More
The Differences Between Business Credit Cards and Personal Credit CardsThere are many things to consider about business credit cards vs. personal credit cards. Learn the differences and the impact on your scores and ratings. Learn More
Alternative Loans for Small BusinessesBusiness loan options available to startups and existing businesses that fall outside of a traditional bank loan. Learn More
Crowdfunding to Help Grow Your BusinessCrowdfunding is the idea of soliciting individuals to help fund your business through small investments. Learn More
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