Business Credit

Business Credit

Is your business Credit Worthy? Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner who understands the importance of building business credit and obtaining funding without putting personal credit or personal assets at risk?

Designed from the practical, real-world needs we see every day among entrepreneurs and small business owners, our national step-by-step Business Credit Building System and funding engine, which serves over 52,000 entrepreneurs, small business owners, finance professionals, real estate investors, and non-profit organizations, is the premier program to help you build a creditworthy business and obtain the funding you need without having to put your personal credit or personal assets at risk every time.


When advancing through our step by step process, business owners are provided access to vendor lines of credit, fleet cards, business credit cards with and without a PG, funding sources and lenders that report to all the major business credit bureaus.


Whether a startup or existing business, we can get clients’ unsecured lines of credit in the form of business credit cards that only report to the business credit agencies.

With combined credit limits as high as $200k and introductory rates as low as 0%, these exclusive cards are ideal for business owners looking to protect their personal credit while building business credit.


If a client needs a loan to expand their business, purchase a business, invest in real estate, start a new franchise, purchase equipment, or refinance existing debt, we have loan programs available. Our business loan programs include revenue-based loans, term loans, hard money loans, and SBA loans.


Instead of using credit lines or existing cash to meet the equipment needs of a business, equipment financing is an excellent alternative.

We can get client’s equipment financing & leasing whether it’s a startup or established business. With 100% financing clients can get funding for vehicles, computers, office equipment, heavy machinery, medical and restaurant equipment, and much more.


With a business directed retirement account clients have the freedom to invest in their own business. A Business Directed Retirement Account (BDRA) gives a client the ability to be the investor and owner of their business. Rather than pulling money out of a retirement account for funding and receiving a 10% penalty and paying income tax of 35-40%, this program is an ideal alternative.