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Boosting your business's credit score.

Creditors want to know your business's debt story. Your credit utilization, on-time payment history, instances of default, and credit trends indicate the likelihood you'll repay any loans or lines of credit you're offered, and they influence how much—and at what rate—a lender is willing to provide your business at a given time. 

Every business can benefit from credit-boosting strategies, even those with substantial cash reserves. Learn about the steps you can take in our guide to business credit.

Borrowing for growth.

Businesses like yours often need an infusion of cash to expand, pivot, and pursue big opportunities. Loans and lines are credit are two of the easiest to access forms of capital you might consider. In our guide to using loans and lines of credit to help your business grow, you'll learn the options that are available to you, how you might qualify, and how to determine whether these options should be considered to help you achieve your goals.

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Learning what you can deduct.

Expenses can pile up quickly, reducing the capital you have on hand to invest in inventory, equipment, and opportunities for growth. One of the easiest ways to save money is to take steps to reduce your income tax bill. You can do this by ensuring you are claiming every tax deduction that applies to your business? 

Ready to get started? Read our guide below for some simple tips.

"If there's one area owners are unsure of in their business, it's often either taxes or finances. But owners who turn to Owner Actions can find the resources and answers they need to plan for growth, minimize costs, and stay compliant."
Mark Fleming
Mark Fleming
Co-founder and CEO of Owner Actions

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