Thu, 18 February 2016
Using your personal credit as a vehicle to obtaining business credit is unnecessary and a waste of time. It is possible for your small business to get higher credit limits by buying a shelf corporation that has been properly aged. If you are doing business in an industry deemed “risky”, it may be more difficult, but not impossible, to get business credit. Jason’s guest, Gerri Detweiler, shares little-known yet very important tips and tricks on NAVigating the business credit system; including who reports pay schedules and why it’s good to use Facebook like everyone is watching (*hint - it’s because they are).
[3:31] The reason why shelf corporations are attractive
[9:53] Leave your personal credit out of your business
[11:55] Business credit and small business loans
[14:07] Business credit reporting agencies
[17:44] The mystery which is business credit
[19:34] How do you know whether or not you have a business credit rating?
[21:12] Getting started with business credit is very easy, so why wouldn’t you do it?
[22:47] Transitioning to business credit
[23:59] Equity crowdfunding and how it gets interesting for business owners
[28:20] Character in lending
[29:16] Contact Gerri & get the book