Could Your Dream Be At Risk?
Most new business owners take the #1 risk of self-financing their business instead of using OPM (other people’s money) they never knew they had access to. On the other hand, make just one business credit mistake and it can cost you a lot more time and money to fix it than it does to update or correct a personal credit file.
We have found that most businesses do not manage their cash flow and do not understand how the business credit bureaus work. You may have a great handle on how personal credit works and understand the importance of it in your personal life. When you were 17 and getting your first credit card with a $500 limit, it may have taken years of good payment history to build up your personal credit limits.
Forming a new entity for your business is just like being 17 again. The difference is that there are really no rules on how the big three business credit bureaus (Dun & Bradstreet®, Corporate Experian® and Corporate Equifax®) manage the business credit of your business.
My goal is to help entrepreneurs start off their business on a solid foundation which includes the best entity and state to protect their business from lawsuits and taxes. The next hurdle for entrepreneurs is getting the funding to grow their business, and that’s where we come in.
How We’re Different
Since 2003, Fast Business Credit has continuously improved the systems we use to help you establish good business credit faster. Here are just a few key approaches that set us apart from anyone else:
Why we are different: We tell you up front what results your business is likely to achieve. It is not cookie cutter. A company that has been in business for three years and has $2 million in annual revenue they will get a larger amount of initial credit versus someone who is brand new with no revenue. We can help both business owners, but results will vary based on specifics. In other words, you can avoid a lot of over-promising, B.S. and false claims by others when you call Fast Business Credit, Inc.
Take the next step and schedule a strategy session to determine what funding options are best for your business. Go to this link to learn more.