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I'm starting a new business.. Which business card to start a good business credit profile. Thank you, Antonio Delgado, spring,Texas. 

Answered on May 8, 2012

To start a good business credit profile you can check the business credit card section. Though, you should know your credit score first. Make a request to one of the credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian or TransUnion) and get your credit report (in which you can find your credit score). This request is absolutely free but only if you request once a year, for all the further requests you’ll have to pay.
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