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Why Entrepreneurs May Have Lower Credit Scores Than Employees

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Entrepreneurs are hard workers, they build, they promote sometimes they may get into a bind and have lower credit scores than their employees. Why is this? And how can it be fixed. In this episode Rondi Lambeth discusses the factors involved in an entrepreneurs world that could effect their credit scores, how to prevent it and how to make it better.  For more go to

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