Is One Personal Liable For Corporate Credit & Corporate Debts

Is One Personal Liable For Corporate Credit & Corporate Debts

Yes and no. If one follows the Corporate Credit Secrets program, then the answer will be a resounding "NO"; however, there are programs out there which suggest adding one's self to the guarantor line. While this will allow one to obtain more credit - quicker, it will ultimately lead to disastrous results if one wishes to dissolve the corporation in the future.

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