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Hey Brent, got another question for you, take your time as

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Hey Brent, got another question for you, take your time as I cannot tip you until Tuesday or Wednesday.

I need to know what solid steps to take to,

A) Disassociate my EIN from my SSN when applying for a small business loan, if there is a way to do that.


B)I am looking for an effective way to build business credit in a relatively short amount of time for my LLC.

I have a great business plan/model and am looking to obtain a small business loan however my personal credit is very limited, as in one paid off car from a loan that originated in 2004 and a small credit card with a limit of 250 dollars.

I have heard creating invoice accounts is one way but if the phone company doesn't report my timely payment to the personal credit bureau, is a company I establish an account with really going to report my timely invoice payment to their source? Aside from applying for credit cards in my business name, which I assume would require my social at this point and therefore expose my lack of credit and result in no card, how do I accomplish this?

Thank you for your insight!
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Business Law
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
No problem at all, take your time. Thank you for the message.

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