When you’re a business owner, strong credit scores can be an asset by helping you qualify for a business credit card, an SBA loan, or other types of funding that take the owner’s personal credit into account. But if you’re not careful, your business can hurt your credit scores. In addition, your business also has its own credit scores and reports which are used in a variety of credit and business decisions, but many business owners don’t know that.
In this workshop you will learn:
The fastest ways to boost your personal credit scores
The big credit score mistake many small business owners make
Key ways business credit is different from personal credit
Quick steps you can take now to build business credit (even if you have no business credit or poor personal credit)
And much more!
Presented by credit expert Gerri Detweiler, Nav.com, Head of Market Education
Gerri Detweiler’s passion is helping individuals cut through credit confusion. She serves as Head of Market Education for Nav, the first and only site that shows small business owners their free business and personal credit scores and tools for building strong business credit. There she works closely with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and accounting communities, providing free client webinars and CPE-eligible courses on small business credit and financing.
Gerri has been featured in more than 3000 news interviews including The Today Show, Dateline NBC, The New York Times, USA Today and Reader's Digest. She is also an international speaker and has testified before Congress. Her articles have been widely syndicated and she is a regular contributor to AllBusiness.com, Forbes and other news sites. She is the author or coauthor of five books. Her first book was the first mass market book