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Nationwide — The National Institute of Business Credit, a non-profit organization and virtual educational resource, is using their web site at www.BusinessCredit.org to educate entrepreneurs about business credit. The web site offers free valuable guidance on how to qualify and apply for business loans, business credit cards, and business lines of credit. The first of its kind, the web site acts as an indispensable guide to both aspiring and established business owners.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are 27 million businesses in the United States that generate billions each year in combined revenue. However, in a weak economy, businesses continue to close their doors every single day. Many are closing because they lack credit to keep themselves afloat during the time periods when their cash flow is low or non-existent.

BusinessCredit.org seeks to solve that problem. The web site features comprehensive how-to articles, how-to videos, a listing of resources, and a directory of the best business credit cards to apply for. It also features the latest news and trends pertaining to business funding and credit.

For more details, interested ones should visit:
www.BusinessCredit.org

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