If you are self-employed, you should consider building up your business credit. I’ve spoken about business credit before, so there’s no need to stress why it’s essential in this post. But instead, I welcome you to join me on the journey to building business credit as a sole proprietor.
Business Credit as a Sole Proprietor
My first step to building business credit for my sole proprietorship is to open a Uline Net 30 Account. I’ll be purchasing a few items from them over three months with a minimum monthly order of $50. As discussed in the video, Uline reports to Experian and Dun & Bradstreet and is an excellent way to get the ball rolling with building my business credit. But before you open a Uline account, there are other important steps to take, such as opening a business bank account, but that’s a video and post for another day.