Lender compliance

Lesson 1: Lender Compliance

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Important Resources

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    • Get Incorporated

      Set up a business entity or make sure your existing entity is set up correctly. It’s best to build business credit with an LLC or Corporation (S or C Corporation).

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    • Apply For EIN

      To build business credit your business must have a Federal Tax Identification Number (EIN). To obtain an EIN, or to determine if you need a new one CLICK HERE

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    • Business Address

      Regus gives you the ability to have a physical location without having to rent an actual office space.  There are several options we can assist you with exploring. Regus is one of the most reputable the marketplace. If you’d like to know more with setting up your virtual office, Click Here to get started.

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    • Business Phone/ Fax

      You need a business phone number that is listed with 411 directory assistance. And your business needs a fax number even if it’s a virtual one. Click Here to setup your business phone, fax, and 411.

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    • Website

      Lenders and credit providers will check to see that you have a professional website and email address.

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