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How to Apply For a Duns

D-U-N-S is the acronym for “Data Universal Numbering System.” This number was devised in 1962 by the Dun & Bradstreet corporation to identify worldwide businesses, public agencies and not-for-profit organizations. Those who have D-U-N-S numbers agree to share demographic information such as who owns the organization, how it is structured (for example, a partnership or sole proprietorship), creditworthiness and if it is connected to another business. The D-U-N-S number stays with the organization even if it changes ownership or goes out of business. 1 Search Dun & Bradstreet records to…

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How to Create Online Information Products

Creating a successful information product for the online environment can be challenging if you don’t have the right information. This article will give you the know how to create and maintain information products online. 1 Be unique. If you possibly could think a bit distinctive from others then you will have create valuable info products on the fly. Find a new take on how to create an informational product that will stand out. 2 Understand that a successful info product is not actually an individual product, but a product which…

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How to Apply for a Business Line of Credit

Two Parts:Applying For a Line of CreditBuilding Good Business CreditCommunity Q&A The difference between a business loan and a business line of credit is flexibility. A business loan gives you a set amount of money for a specific purchase, which you pay back according to preset monthly amounts. A business line of credit works more like a credit card: you have a credit limit that you borrow against when you need it. However, unlike a credit card, a line of credit is a limited contract meant for one concrete expense…