What is an LLC? An Limited Liability Company or LLC is a hybrid business structure that takes cues from both a sole proprietorship and a corporation. An LLC is a legal entity, meaning courts and laws will recognize the structure, but it is not a tax entity, meaning when filing taxes, an LLC will have [...]
Signs a Business Partner May Be in Trouble Most small businesses learn to live with a certain amount of commercial credit risk in their lives. Yet it's still a nasty surprise when a trusted customer with an excellent payment history goes belly-up - and leaves you holding the bag. Performing a thorough business credit check on potential [...]
How to Ensure Clients Pay Their Invoices – and What to Do if They Don’t Your business operates on a contractual basis: You provide a service or product, and the client pays you. As small business owners know, getting paid isn’t a given. Clients may delay paying what they owe you for months at a time [...]
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The remodeling and construction industry is in full growth mode right now. 2016 first quarter results compiled by Metrostudy’s Residential Remodeling Index show that home remodeling work for contractors is growing at a good clip, about 4.3 percent higher than the comparable period a year ago. Metrostudy increased its quarterly growth average projection to 4.4 [...]
The strength of your supply chain can make or break your business. Learn more about how you can help protect your company's supply chain.
Dun & Bradstreet will be at the 2016 National 8(a) Winter Conference this February and your business could benefit from attending too!
Dun & Bradstreet will be exhibiting and presenting at the 2016 International Builders' Show. Wondering how you can leverage business credit as a construction company? Come talk to us at the show!
Let’s assume you’re ready to get serious about landing bigger contracts and setting your business up for long-term success. Here are the ten things you should know BEFORE you start building your business credit file