How Can You Get 10 Times Your Money’s Worth?

By: susa

As an entrepreneur, or small business owner, have you ever asked yourself these questions?
How do I build business credit?
How do I get a business credit card?
How do I get a credit card for a small business?
How do I get unsecured business loans?
How do I get unsecured lines of credit?
How do I get working capital?
Well, in the new e-book, here is what you get:
• How to understand the difference between Personal Credit and Business Credit
• How to choose your business name and how to register it with the State
• How to choose the best legal entity structure for your needs
• How to choose your place of business
• How to apply to multiple businesses for credit without hurting your FICO scores
• How to avoid the pitfalls that can happen with “personal guarantees”
• How to establish your business credit profile so that creditors come seeking “your” business

And – you get many, many bonuses – including a Free Credit Restoration Guide with the purchase of the new book. This great Guide is so full of information that can help you clean up your personal creditworthiness. The guide includes 13 specifically designed letters that quote the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) guidelines. This shows the creditor bureaus and the creditors that you know about the laws that protect you.
Good personal credit is critical if you are being asked to offer a personal guarantee when you are first applying for business credit. Once you are established, personal guarantees will no longer be needed, but until that point in time, it is important that your personal credit reports reflect a positive picture of you. Entrepreneurs or business startups all need to keep their personal expenses separate from their business. The only way to achieve this is to establish a business profile so that you can apply for corporate credit, unsecured business credit lines, unsecured business loans, working capital loans, commercial credit (like Home Depot), and business credit without a personal guarantee.
Everything you need to understand this process is available in the “Basics of Business Credit” e-Book that is now available. You get all the marketing bonuses, tax benefit information, and free webinars that come with the purchase of this new e-Book that is packed with easy to read instructions on everything a business owner needs to get them pointed in the right direction.
For more information, click here to access the website for “Basics of Business Credit” written by Susan Carter. Thank you.

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Susan Carter, author of “Basics of Business Credit,” has created an e-Book that provides instructions on how to set up a business entity correctly from the start. She has the knowledge to help anyone avoid the trap of having to use personal funds and assets to get their business started

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