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How loans and credit scores work

Your credit score will determine what kind of credit card or loan you’ll be able to get.
A higher credit score means you’ll end up getting more favorable terms and higher limits, while a lower score might mean you don’t get a credit card at all. There are many different kinds of business credit scores, like the Dun & Bradstreet business credit score, Equifax business credit score, and Experian business credit score. Vendors, banks, and issuers will be monitoring all of them, so it’s important to know how to make sure you maintain a high business credit score. Learn how you can maximize the value you get out of all your lending with a higher business credit score.
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What is a business credit score?
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Does a corporate credit card build credit?
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How can I improve a business credit score?
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