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OnTrack Financial – WHAT ENTREPRENEURS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CREDIT Rewrite Your Financial Story

Pre-registration required. Call OnTrack WNC today at 255-5166.
All classes listed are held at OnTrack WNC offices
50 S. French Broad Ave, Second Floor 
Classes are free unless noted. 

If you’re already a small business owner, or want to become one, you don’t want to miss this class! 

What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Credit
If you’re starting a business, you’ll probably need a loan – a credit card to help with cash flow, a line of credit in case of emergencies, or for start-up capital. New business owners haven’t had a chance to build their business credit so lenders base creditworthiness or personal credit. This class will tell you how to maintain and build your personal credit so you can get those first loans. You’ll also receive information on how, once established in business, you can build your business credit to make sure you continue to have the capital needed to be successful.
 
Tuesday, May 1 from 5:30 – 7:00 pm
OnTrack WNC Financial Education & Counseling, formerly CCCS of WNC, is western North Carolina’s 
trusted, non-profit source for financial education and counseling, helping people rewrite their 
financial stories since 1973. For more information visit our website at www.ontrackwnc.org
To make an appointment with one of our financial counselors or to register for an 
education class, call 828-255-5166 or 1-800-737-5485

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