Category: Business Credit

June 11, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: Your Company’s Profile, Banking, Assets, Revenue and Insurance

Lenders, credit cards companies, vendors and other potential creditors will review your company from various angles before granting credit. Establishing corporate credit means establishing your company’s profile. Today, in our DIY Corporate Credit Series, we briefly discuss the following:

  • Business Bank Account
  • Company Assets
  • Corporate Revenue
  • Business Insurance

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Your Company’s Profile and Business Bank Account

Creditors will look at the age of your business bank account. As far as creditors are concerned, you began conducting business the day that first account was established. So, establish a business checking account as soon as possible, and maintain it throughout the life of the company. And, make sure the business information on the account matches the rest of your company’s identity documents and sources identically.

Many business credit experts recommend having an average minimum balance of no less than $10,000. It should be in your company’s primary business checking for at least the last three months.

Your bank rating is not as complicated as you may think. This is how business bank rating works in general:

  • The scale is Low, Medium and High
  • It’s based on the amount of digits in your average minimum balance

So, let’s say the average minimum balance is $1,000. That’s the low end of 4-digits, making your bank rating a “Low 4.” However, if it’s $50,000, which is the medium portion of 5 digits. So, the bank rating would be a “Medium 5.”

Your Company’s Profile and Company Assets

Does your organization own assets? Then, congratulations! You have a much better chance of obtaining corporate credit and the capital you need. That’s because many assets can be sold or leveraged in order to obtain working capital. Assets also give you access to more lenders willing to work with you, as well as more favorable loan terms.

Your Company’s Profile and Corporate Revenue

Your Company’s Profile is Very Important to Establishing and Building Corporate Credit
Your Company’s Profile is Very Important to Establishing and Building Corporate Credit
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You’ll need to show creditors and lenders that your business is capable of managing debt. That means having verifiable revenue. And, the best way to support the consistency of this corporate revenue is by making timely payments. This shows that you not only bring in enough revenue to manage the company, but you manage the revenue itself properly. Creditors and lenders weigh this greatly as you try to build corporate credit.

Your Company’s Profile and Business Insurance

If you’re seeking bank financing or loans, most will require proof of various types of business insurance. These institutions want assurance that debts will still be repaid in the event of unexpected catastrophes.

For example, if your personal health fails, you can’t run the business. If you’re in an automobile wreck, and you’re uninsured, you stand the chance of being sued. And, if a customer or employee is hurt on your premises, that could be disastrous for you and the company.

So, banks may require proof that you have personal health insurance, automobile insurance, business liability insurance, maybe even disability insurance. These are very important for establishing corporate credit with banking institutions.

Your Company’s Profile Online

You need to establish your company’s profile online as well. That means having a responsive website, regularly published, unique blog posts and social media marketing for your business brand. Ready to get started? Contact EntreMarketing Group about customizing a business brand building package for your business today.

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June 10, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: How Does Business Credit Scoring Work?

What are the three main business credit scoring agencies in the US? They are Dun and Bradstreet, Experian and Equifax. As you’re building corporate credit for your business, you’ll also be building your company’s credit score. Knowing how each one manages the business credit scoring process will help you grow your business through funding and other financial means.

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How Do the 3 Primary Agencies Calculate Business Credit Scoring?

Each one of the main three business credit scoring agencies does its own mathematical calculations differently. This is how each determines your company’s credit worthiness and the likelihood of timely payments being made. Corporate credit scores are accumulated based on past payment history with creditors who have granted financing, loans, credit cards, etc…

Dun and Bradstreet Paydex Score Business Credit Scoring

Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) uses a simple credit scoring system. Similar to your personal FICO score, it calculates scores from 0-100. Generally, a Paydex score of 75 or better is considered “good business credit.” With such a score, your company can typically establish credit with new creditors on its own merit.

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Sample of a D&B Credit Report and Credit Score
Sample of a D&B Credit Report and Credit Score
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Experian Intelliscore Report Business Credit Scoring

As one of the largest credit reporting agencies in America, Experian is very important for building business credit. This agency uses its own unique method of calculating corporate credit scores known as “Intelliscore.”

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Establish Your Company’s Experian Credit Profile to Help Build Your Corporate Credit
Establish Your Company’s Experian Credit Profile to Help Build Your Corporate Credit
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Equifax Small Business Risk Credit Scoring

Another major business credit scoring agency that helps you build corporate credit is Equifax. Its numerical value helps your company’s potential creditors determine its creditworthiness. The higher the Equifax credit score, the less risk, according to scoring factors.

Click here to order your Equifax Small Business Credit Report

Equifax Small Business Credit Scoring
Equifax Small Business Risk Credit Scoring
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Build Your Business Brand and Business Credit Yourself

The best way to build business credit yourself is to make all of your payments on time. To build a D&B Paydex business credit score of 75 or better, you must have at least five creditors reporting on-time payments.

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June 9, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: Your Company’s Equifax Credit Profile

Trying to establish corporate credit for your organization? Well, your company’s Equifax credit profile is a very important part of that process. And, we’re here to help your Equifax business credit profile started.

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Build Your Company’s Equifax Credit Profile

From detailed business credit reports to verified business identities, Equifax corporate credit solutions help your organization thrive. Once established, Equifax Business Credit Reports need to be run regularly. This ensures that what’s inside your business credit profile remains valid and up-to-date. That’s very important for establishing corporate credit with banks, lenders, credit card companies and vendors.

These are just some of the items reported on your company’s Equifax credit profile:

  • Business demographics known as Firmographics
  • Corporate family trees
  • Guarantors associated with the business
  • Corporation’s small business owners
  • Payment history for trade accounts
  • Financial payment history reported by creditors
  • Public records reported by courts and government agencies

How to Get a Copy of Your Company’s Equifax Credit Report

Here are two ways to get a copy of your company’s Equifax credit profile:

Your company’s Equifax credit profile is vital to establishing corporate credit history.
Your company’s Equifax credit profile is vital to establishing corporate credit history.
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  1. Wait Until a Lender Requests It – Unlike Experian, Equifax only allows lenders you authorize to obtain copies of your corporate credit report. When you grant this authorization, you can also request a copy of your own by writing Equifax at the following address:
    • Equifax Inc. – PO Box 740249 – Atlanta, GA 30374-0249
  2. After being Denied Credit – If your business is denied credit based on your company’s Equifax credit profile, you can get a copy of that same report within 60 days of the denial.
    • Simply write the address above, or call Equifax at (800) 727-8495.

Build Your Business Brand and Credit Profile

Remember that you must actually establish business credit before your company will have a profile with Equifax. Once established, simply pay all creditors on time in order to build good corporate credit.

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June 8, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: Your Company’s Experian Credit Profile

Your company’s Experian credit profile is important for establishing corporate credit. Today, we help you understand the basics of your Experian corporate credit report.

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Build Your Company’s Experian Credit Profile

Experian is a very important component of establishing business credit. This agency reports credit activity for your business that involves the following:

  • Business equipment leasing companies
  • Commercial lending and financial institutions
  • Revolving business credit providers

Requirements for Establishing Your Company’s Experian Credit Profile

The following requirements must be met in order to ensure that potential creditors can validate your corporate information with Experian:

  • Must be incorporated to show its established as a separate business entity
  • Must already have an EIN (Federal Employer Identification Number or Tax ID Number)
  • Must have an established business bank account in the company’s legal name
  • Must have dedicated business phone number listed with 411 directory assistance

Search Experian for Your Company’s Credit Profile

Establish Your Company’s Experian Credit Profile to Help Build Your Corporate Credit
Establish Your Company’s Experian Credit Profile to Help Build Your Corporate Credit
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If your company is a new startup, there’s no need to search the Experian database. For more established businesses, you need to do an Experian Business Search before you apply for corporate credit. That way, if there are any errors or mistakes on your company’s Experian credit profile, this can be corrected ahead of time.

You can search using your company name, leaving out the corporate identifier, such as LLC, Corp or Inc. You’ll also have to enter the city and state of the organization. Keep in mind that if your business is a new startup, no credit profile will exist.

How to Purchase Any Company’s Experian Credit Report

Experian currently offers four different business credit report solutions ranging from a one-time fee of $36.95 to $129 annually. Your potential creditors can order any one of these reports to use as a basis for establishing corporate credit. So, run your Experian Business Credit Report regularly to ensure that all information is accurate and up-to-date.

If your company’s Experian credit profile doesn’t exist yet, don’t worry. You’ll establish and grow one over time as you open various lines of credit, loans, etc…

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June 5, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: Get Your DUNS Number Free

Do you know that you can get your DUNS number free directly from Dun & Bradstreet (D&B)? There are companies that charge for making the process simpler for you. But, you can do-it-yourself in just a few steps in a matter of minutes. We provide you with step-by-step DIY instructions for getting a free DUNS number for your organization.

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3 Steps to Get Your DUNS Number Free

  1. Make sure your company doesn’t already have a DUNS number. Call D&B’s toll-free number at 866-705-5711 to see if you’ve already been assigned a DUNS number in the past. If you prefer to check online, move on to step two.
  2. Register to use iUpdate. You must register with D&B’s iUpdate system as an executive officer for your organization to get your DUNS number free. The system will make you do a search to ensure that you don’t already have one. If you don’t see your organization’s exact name, click “Get a D-U-N-S Number” to continue. You’ll be required to enter the following information:
    1. Personal Information
    2. Company Information
    3. Choose Processing Options – Pay for 5-day expedited service, or get your DUNS number free in about 30 days.
  3. Receive your DUNS number via email. Check out the video below for a visual walk-thru to get your free DUNS number directly from Dun & Bradstreet.

Video: How to get a Duns Number Video Tutorial – eSRS Training

The video below will give you a visual walk-thru of how to obtain a free D&B DUNS number online. It was uploaded to YouTube by eSRSTraining:

Dun & Bradstreet Business Practices

Just like any other organization, D&B is in business to make money. So, a D&B sales representative will contact you in an effort to sell you various solutions. You may be told that you must purchase a credit builder program solution in order to build your corporate credit profile. This is simply not true.

Once you begin applying for corporate credit from organizations that run D&B credit reports, this alone will build your business credit for you. Pay your corporate creditors, vendors and suppliers on time, and your business credit profile will grow. So, save yourself some money and get your DUNS number free online.

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June 4, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: Using a Free DUNS Number to Obtain Corporate Credit

Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) makes it possible for new start-ups, entrepreneurs and small business owners to get business credit. This is done by starting a credit profile with D&B using what the organization calls a D-U-N-S number. You can always get a Free DUNS Number directly from D&B.

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6 Benefits of Getting Your FREE DUNS Number

What is a D-U-N-S number? DUNS stands for Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number. It’s a 9-character, unique identification number which identifies your company’s location.

6 Benefits of Getting Your FREE DUNS Number
6 Benefits of Getting Your FREE DUNS Number

Here are six lucrative benefits of getting a free DUNS number from Dun & Bradstreet:

  1. Universal Recognition – DUNS numbers are the most widely used identification numbers for US businesses. Most banks, lenders, suppliers, vendors and other creditors use D&B credit reports as determining factors for granting corporate credit.
  2. Establishes Credibility – Your DUNS number shows potential creditors that you care about the corporate image of your business. It’s a sign that you plan to comply with D&B business regulations and are willing to make your company’s information publically viewable.
  3. SSL Certificate – If you decide to apply for an Extended Validation (EV) SSL secure certificates for your website or other type of SSL certificate, having a free DUNS number will speed up the validation process. No document verifications will be needed.
  4. Federal Government Contracts – You must have a DUNS number in order to apply for Federal government contracts. Without one, you won’t even be allowed to register for them in the SAM, the System for Award Management.
  5. Federal Government Loans – If you plan to apply for a loan from the Small Business Association (SBA), you’ll need a DUNS number. Without one, you won’t have access to this type of corporate credit.
  6. Applying for Corporate Credit – Your DUNS number gives potential creditors access to your D&B credit report. This makes it much easier to get approved for business loans and corporate credit lines. Instead of going through a lengthy verification process, lenders, banks and other creditors can simply run your company’s D&B credit report for quick access to references and credit history.

* Remember that you can always get a FREE DUNS number directly from Dun & Bradstreet online.

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June 3, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: Verify Your Business Entity Information

Verify Your Business Entity Information for Building Corporate Credit

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It’s vital that you verify your business entity information with agency sources your creditors will search. Once you begin establishing your business identity online, you’ll find that it has profiles with multiple agencies. Some include:

  • The state your organization is incorporated in at this time
  • Your business bank
  • 411 and local directories
  • The Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

These are some of the agencies vendors and other potential creditors will verify before granting your corporate credit. So, before you even think about completing business credit applications, make sure the business entity information they have for your company is 100% accurate and up-to-date.

Verify Exact Matches for Business Entity Information

Information related to your company within online listings and business identification records is current and accurate. For example, if you find a business listing for your company, as “Entre Group”, but it should be “The EntreMarketing Group”, this needs to be corrected before applying for corporate credit.

The same rule applies for incorrect addresses or address discrepancies. For example, if your address includes “Suite 100”, that’s what should be in your listings, across the board. It’s unacceptable for some listings to say “Unit 100” or “#100.”

You need to have any discrepancies with services providers corrected as well. This may include, but is not limited to: Power, gas, water, phone, cable, satellite, Wi-Fi, vendors, suppliers, etc…

Very Important Organizations That Must Have Accurate Business Entity Information

There are certain very important organizations that most business banks, lenders, credit card companies, vendors, suppliers and other corporate creditors check before issuing credit to companies. Therefore, your business entity information must be accurate with the following organizations:

You must verify that all of your business entity information is accurate with the Secretary of State before applying for corporate credit.
You must verify that all of your business entity information is accurate with the Secretary of State before applying for corporate credit.
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  • Secretary of State – The state office representing the state where your business is incorporated needs to have accurate and current information for your company. Ensure that your public records and incorporation documents have the correct information.
  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – Use IRS Form 8832 to update your business address with the IRS. Download the PDF form here.
  • United States Postal Service (USPS) – You can use the USPS online mover’s guide to update your business address online.

Don’t leave your potential creditors confused about the actual company spelling or physical address of your business. This is a sure-fire way to be denied corporate credit. Verify your business entity information before attempting to establish business credit.

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June 2, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: How to Apply for Your EIN

Building Corporate Credit Using Your Business Credit Identity

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Building corporate credit the right way involves never merging it with your personal credit profile in any way. That means using a Federal Employer Identification Number, also known as an EIN or Tax ID Number, instead of your social security number to apply for business credit. In this part of our DIY Corporate Credit Series, we walk you through how to apply for your EIN.

What is an EIN? It’s essentially a social security number for your business, company, corporation, organization, etc… When applying for business credit, it’s always wiser to use an EIN instead of your social security number. It ensures that your corporate credit and personal credit profiles remain completely separate from each other.

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Use IRS Form SS-4 to Apply for Your EIN online, by mail or by fax.
Use IRS Form SS-4 to Apply for Your EIN online, by mail or by fax.

3 Options to Apply for Your EIN to Obtain Business Credit

All Federal Employer Identification Numbers must be obtained from IRS, even if you hire an agency to help. In most cases, you can apply for your EIN on your own, and obtain it the very same day. Here are the general options for getting a new EIN from the IRS without the help of a 3rd party:

  1. Obtain EIN by Fax – Download the IRS Form SS-4. Print it out, complete it and fax it to the IRS for processing: 859-669-5987 (See form to verify current fax number.)
  2. Obtain EIN by Mail – Download the IRS Form SS-4. Print it out, complete it and mail it to the IRS for processing using the address on the form.
  3. Apply for EIN Online – Click here to apply for your EIN online. In most cases, you can receive your new Tax ID Number in a matter of minutes.

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June 1, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: Separate Your Business Structure from Your Personal Identity

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Before you even think about applying for corporate credit, you have to separate your business structure from your personal identity. That means making sure that your business structure looks stable and reliable on paper.

When applying for corporate credit, vendors, banks, credit card companies and other creditors want to know that you company plans to stay in the same place for a long period of time. Then, you can feel confident about applying for Federal Employer Identification Number, also known as an EIN or Tax ID Number, to completely separate your business structure from your personal identity.

Your Business Structure Address

Ever tried to apply for a personal credit card using a PO Box? It’s just not possible because credit card companies require a physical address to help ensure that you’re a real person, with a real address. The same rule applies when you apply for business credit.

Many entrepreneurs and small businesses are home-based. If you run a home-based business, it’s okay to use your home address as your business address. However, incorporating your company opens the business up to many more options credit-wise. If you don’t separate your business structure by using a business address, you limit those options. That’s because some lenders simply do not fund home-based businesses.

Your Business Entity Phone Number

The same idea applies when it comes to having a dedicated business phone number. This helps to establish your company’s identity. What qualifies as a business number? You need a dedicated phone line that’s always answered with your company’s name in a professional manner. It should also have a voicemail box that mentions the business name in the outgoing greeting.

When your business has an actual landline through your local telephone carrier, it will be listed with their 411 directory assistance. Lenders will contact 411 services to ensure that your business is listed as part of the corporate credit verification and qualification process.

Your Business Email Address

As noted earlier in this series, your company should own a domain name that represents the brand name. Then, you’ll have the option of owning an email address on that same domain. So, instead of using theentremarketinggroup@gmail.com, you can use info@entremarketing.net, for example. Many online creditors won’t even accept an email address on a free, public domain.

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You Must Separate Your Business Structure to Establish Business Credit

Your main objective for following these steps is to separate your business structure from your personal identity. Are you using your home address, cell phone number or a personal or public email address for your business? Then, your business is not formally separate.

When applying for corporate credit, this makes your business look unstable. Building corporate credit for a business structure is so much easier when it’s completely separate from your own identity. Separate your business structure the right way to keep the doors to corporate creditors and lending institutions wide open for your business.

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May 29, 2015 DIY Corporate Credit Series: Establishing Corporate Credit Under the Right Business Structure – Part 2

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2. Business Structure: S Corporations

An S Corporation is much like that of a C Corporation. The IRS considers it to be a separate entity from its owner(s). However, it comes with limited liability protection, as you’re not necessarily protected from various types of litigations. One example of this is tort actions taken against the company for workplace incidents.

Also, with an S Corp, the business itself is not taxed. Instead, some profits and loses will actually be filed through your personal federal tax return. Yet, as a shareholder, if you actually work for the S Corp, you’re allowed to pay yourself “reasonable compensation.” If all shareholders who put in work for the business aren’t compensated with fair market value, some corporate earnings may be reclassified as “wages” by the IRS.

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3. Business Structure: Limited Liability Company

Be sure to choose the best business structure for your company before you start establishing corporate credit.
Be sure to choose the best business structure for your company before you start establishing corporate credit.
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A limited liability company, also known by simply LLC, combines some of the features of both corporations and partnerships. With an LLC, each “owner” is referred to as a “member.” Some states allow a single member to own an LLC, while others require two or more individual members, other LLCs or corporations.

Unlike corporations, Limited Liability Companies are not taxed as separate entities. Instead, the profits and losses of the companies are “passed through” the LLC to each of its members. These profits and losses are reported on the personal federal tax returns of the LLC members, like that of a partnership.

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4. Business Structure: Nonprofit Organization

Nonprofit organizations are also referred to as 501(c)(3) organizations. IRS grants this business structure tax-exempt status. In most cases, donations made to the nonprofit organization by both individuals and other businesses are tax deductible for the donors. Operating and financial disclosures are very important for 501(c)(3) organizations in order to ensure the public that contributions are being used properly.

Income tax is not paid on donations and fundraising money earned by nonprofit organizations. In order to qualify for this tax-exempt status, the organization must benefit a specific purpose and provide benefits for the general public. Some of the most popular types of non-profits include schools, hospitals and churches.

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