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How loans and credit scores work

Card issuers won’t let you go wild and buy whatever you want on your credit card.
Your credit score is going to determine a lot about what kind of credit card or loan you’re going to 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 in the first place. 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 loans and business credit scores work, and 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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