Small Business credit_small.jpg  Credit is at the heart of every successful small business.  Both accessing credit from suppliers and lenders and providing credit to customers are crucial small business management tools.  Here you will find information on how to manage your own credit policies as well as how to figure out what credit products are right for your business.
How to effectively use a business credit card 04 July, 2013
Your business credit card can be a useful tool to call upon when cash flow is low or if you are looking to make a large purchase and don't have that much cash readily available.
The importance of credit screening 01 July, 2013
The desire to build your customer base may often lead to a direct mail or telemarketing campaign in order to try andgenerate interest in your business.
Setting payment terms 24 June, 2013
Offering credit can be a great thing for your business, but it could fall flat if you don't have the right payment terms.
Five tips for your business credit card 19 June, 2013
Using a credit card to pay expenses for your business requires careful management, given the high interest rates that are associated with credit card repayments.
Using credit insurance to manage risk 06 June, 2013
There is always a development of risk involved when a company decides to extend credit to its customers. Credit policies in place will help limit the risk of extending credit, but sometimes there are circumstances that may affect the timeframe of when your customers pay.
Developing the right credit policy for your business 04 June, 2013
Many SMEs will often extend credit in their business in order to try and grow their customer base as quickly as possible.
4 good credit practices to keep: Part 2 09 May, 2013
Meeting your credit obligations is an essential part of staying afloat as a business, but it's equally as important to ensure that other businesses are also holding up their end of the bargain.
4 good credit practices to keep: Part 1 08 May, 2013
Maintaining an unblemished credit history is a significant advantage when applying for finance, as lenders will determine your ability to repay the loan based on the information in your credit report. Here are four good credit practices you should keep.
Three myths of credit reporting 09 April, 2013
If you think your customers are too big to fail or have a long purchasing history that prevents them from paying late, think again - here are some common myths of credit reporting.
3 facets of customer monitoring 04 April, 2013
It's important to monitor your customer base on an ongoing basis and not just at the outset of the business relationship. Here are three factors you should consider when checking a customer's risk profile.

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