New Book Aims to Help Entrepreneurs Get Business Credit

Ready to take the plunge and turn your dreams of being an entrepreneur into reality? Unsure about how to get business credit? Don’t delay! Money Talk Matters, LLC announces the release of How to Get Business Credit: For the Entrepreneur”.

Online PR News – 19-July-2012 – Denver, Co – Most entrepreneurs start their business from a hobby, current occupation or retirement idea. The startup process can be exciting until it’s time to find the money for your dreams. In today’s economy, you need good credit to do almost anything. A new business is no exception. Doesn't matter if you are a small business owner, entrepreneur or even work at home. How do you as an entrepreneur get business credit when you don’t have business history? Money Talk Matters, LLC provides a potential answer as it announces the release of “How to Get Business Credit: For the Entrepreneur”.

In “How to Get Business Credit: For the Entrepreneur” individuals will discover
how to establish credit without using your social security number, whether or not you can get business credit if your personal credit is bad, how to establish good business credit scores and much more.

According to Dun & Bradstreet and Inc. Magazine, 33% of all new businesses fail within the first six months. Fifty percent of new businesses fail within their first two years of operation and 75% fail within the first three years. One of those reasons is due to under funding as well as a failure to pay attention to cash flow.

Author Wagner states, “As an entrepreneur, the best time to position your business for growth is from the beginning. Having business credit can make the difference between growing the business comfortably or having to close its door due to a lack of capital”.

“How to Get Business Credit: For the Entrepreneur” is available on Kindle -

About Dr. Taffy Wagner, CEPF®, CCRR®

Dr. Taffy Wagner is a Certified Educator in Personal Finances, Certified Credit Report Reviewer, Money and Marriage Advocate/Expert and an Ordained Minister. She is also the author of Bestsellers Bride and Groom Money Talk FAQ, Debt Dilemma and Homebuyer’s Helper (How to Have and Hold on to your House). She’s been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, The Denver Business Journal,, Business Insider – Your Money and more regarding handling money before and after saying “I Do”. She provides premarital and post-marital financial counseling. She is a veteran of the United States Armed Forces. Dr. Wagner resides in the metro Denver area with her husband, Eric and their twins, Erica and Cody.