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How to Quickly Increase Your Company's Reputation and Cashflow
Posted on July 12, 2016

Everyone wants to do business with someone who is trustworthy, has experience and is easily accessible. In order to determine whether they should engage with another organization or not, more and more companies these days pull business credit reports from credit reporting agencies like[...]

Don't Increase Your Debt by Making these Balance Transfer Mistakes!
Posted on July 5, 2016

Balance transfers are considered to be a good deal by most cardholders. Through balance transfers, a consumer can transfer debt from high interest rate cards to one low-rate card, thereby saving money and simplifying monthly debt payments. However, there are cases when a credit card balance transfer may backfire.[...]

Four Awesome Business Credit Cards You Should Know About
Posted on June 25, 2016

Business credit cards can prove to be a great tool for small businesses, sole proprietors and individuals who wish to charge their company's spending on a separate card. Not only do business credit cards help organizations manage their cash flow effectively, but they also provide users with attractive rewards and perks. However, given the large[...]

Six Huge Problems for Those Not Using Credit Cards
Posted on June 14, 2016

Have you ever met anyone who balks at the idea of using a credit card? As surprising as it may sound, a large number of people are still unaware of the numerous benefits that this credit instrument has to offer. There's no doubt that the reckless use of credit cards can be disastrous. However, what[...]

6 Tips to Help You Get the Most Out of Your Business Credit Card
Posted on June 9, 2016

A business credit card can be a great asset to any organization. Not only can it help a company gain access to high credit lines, but it can also provide the opportunity to earn great rewards along with the ability to maximize tax benefits. That said, a business credit card needs to be used in[...]

An Innocent Credit Error Can Turn a Mortgage Application into a Nightmare
Posted on June 3, 2016

Let's say you've meticulously built up a good credit report over time. Year after year, you've paid off your bills punctually and in full, and each month you've laboriously gone through your credit report to ensure that all the information contained in it is error free. Now, armed with a great credit score, you're finally ready[...]

12 Great Ways Business Credit Can Reduce Your Worries
Posted on May 31, 2016

Managing your own organization can be a very stressful proposition. Contrary to what most people assume, running your own business is not just about meeting sales targets and clocking double-digit growth. There are a million other things that need to be taken care of. If you have your own business[...]

What Do You Mean – My Spouse and I Have Different Credit Scores?!
Posted on May 27, 2016

Getting married typically means sharing your home and your last name with your spouse. But does tying the knot indicate that you and your partner will share the same credit score? This is question that's asked by many of our clients, so in order to do away with the confusion, we've decided to write a blog[...]

Are You Aware of the Impact Credit Inquiries Have on Your Credit Score?
Posted on May 24, 2016

On our blog, we've often discussed how important it is for you to check your credit report at regular intervals. By examining your credit report once every few months, not only can you stay on top of your credit, you can also take steps to correct mistakes immediately. While scanning your credit report, you may[...]

Business Credit Cards vs. Lines of Credit: Which Is the Better Financing Option?
Posted on May 17, 2016

Most smaller organizations borrow funds at some point in time – either to stay afloat during tough times, or to expand operations when business is doing well. Two of the most common sources of finance are personal lines of credit and credit cards. These are similar in the sense that they are both revolving credit[...]