Credit Line for Corporation

Credit Line for Corporation

Having to go through the process of applying for funds each time your business needs them can be a time consuming process. One good alternative is to establish for credit line for corporation use only. This is a type of funding source that allows you to have a maximum limit of funds you can access. With a credit line for corporation you can decide when you want to access the funds. It can be a portion of the credit limit or the entire amount depending on your needs.

With a credit line for corporation use you will only pay on the account when you have a balance owed. The amount of your payments will depend on the balance you have on the credit line at that time. It is very important that you find out how much your payments will be so that you know you can cover them. In most cases the payments due are a set percentage of the amount of the credit line for corporation use that has been accessed.

Here is a horrific fact. Most businesses fail!
The majority of new entrepeneurs run out of financing. And when they scramble to find more financing, they realize they didn't know the "second" set of rules. By that time, it's simply too late!

The good new is that this "second set" of credit rules ISN'T rocket science. It does take a little time, and diligence, but anyone who uses this information gain access to large amounts of unsecured credit (even with awful personal credit!) This credit can be leveraged to make you WEALTHY!

Unfortunately, many new owners simply don't have this insider knowledge and won't succeed in today's environment. Too many hard working entrepeneurs are losing their personal money, and their dreams, due to a lack of this specific information.

If you are thinking about starting a new business, or struggling to make your current enterprise profitable, please read our story

We made the mistakes. Actually, it's only a "mistake" if you don't learn from it. We prefer to call our "business credit mis-adventure" a "LEARNING EXPERIENCE".
Click Here To Read About Our Business Credit Mis-adventure!

After learning that "we didn't know what we didn't know", one particular struggling potential entrepeneur caused us to write down this information. By telling this lady the information we had researched, she was able to finance and create a profitable business. When she first contacted us she was about to make a fatal business mistake. We we're glad to help, and realized we needed to publish our findings. To read more about that story, And learn more about our "insider business credit secrets" (click here)

Patti & Robert Farnham
(authors of "Corporate Credit Power)
(Don't make the same mistakes we did!)
Of course, feel free to make your own new ones!

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Readers Comments

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
I can't begin to tell you how wonderful the ("hidden resource") is. There is so much I need to correct in my life in this area. Thanks for sharing your story and your discoveries. Please continue helping people the way you do.
May God always bless you both.
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