7 Ways to Clean Up Your Business Credit

GERRI DETWEILER | March 28, 2019

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Spring means longer days and better weather, which often gives us the energy to tackle projects around the home we’ve been neglecting. Why not channel some of that positive energy into tackling business tasks you’ve been putting off—  including working on your business credit? When it comes to cleaning up your business credit, you can start by carefully reviewing your business credit reports to make sure all information is accurate and complete. (You can get your free business credit report summaries from business credit agencies Dun & Bradstreet, Equifax and Experian through Nav.) If your business is a legally incorporated entity, or you have filed a fictitious name (DBA) with your state, you’ll want to make sure the full legal business name is listed correctly on your business credit reports.

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