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How to build business credit?

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Leo Zhu

A separate business credit score can be build if the business is legally separate from the owner. That is you should own a corporation or a LLC. Also, your business should have a federal tax identification number (EIN). All those information will help you to open a separate line of credit or get a business credit card in your business legal name. Pay your business credit card on time. The payment history is one of the important factors that are used to build your business credit score.

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