Credit Repair: Why and How!
Most of us have seen our credit scores dip in 2020, and this could be an issue if your score is currently low. Repairing your credit is always a good idea, but even more so if you might need a loan any time soon. Whether you are looking to expand your business, or add some extra cash flow, having a good credit score is an important step in the funding process.
This webinar will look at the credit repair process that the SBDC recommends and provide some tips on how you can start on the process yourself today. We will also cover some tips on how to continue to manage your score moving forward.
- Getting your Report
- Connecting with the SBDC
- Identifying Quick Fixes
Joe Rodola is an SBDC Advisor and business professional with 45 years experience in business finance (including 10 years experience as a small business owner and 8 years helping small business startups).
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.
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