As a business, your credit rating can make you or break you. Business credit reports provide lenders with information like your credit rating, lien information, public records and personal identifying information. Lenders use all of that information included in the business credit report to determine if your business is worthy of financing. Whether you're looking to establish, improve or maintain your business credit rating, consider these business credit reports key terms to help.
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