Kali Geldis

Kali Geldis is the Director of Marketing for Nav, helping small business owners stay up to date on the latest news in business leadership, financing and credit. Previously, she worked as Editorial Director for Credit.com, building an editorial team that creates content shared with a network of partner sites on all things personal finance.

Articles by Kali Geldis

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70% of Business Owners Without a Business Bank Account Get Rejected for Loans

Business owners without a business bank account are facing an uphill climb when it comes to getting approved for financing, …

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The Equifax Data Breach: What You Need to Know

Equifax, one of the largest personal and commercial credit reporting agencies in America, announced Thursday that it experienced a major …

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SCORE vs. SBA vs. SBDCs: What’s the Difference?

When you’re a small business owner looking for help, there are a lot of tools and organizations that can offer …

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Youngest in Your Family? You’re More Likely to Be Self-Employed, Study Finds

These days, it seems like youngest children are the ones who have all the fun. Recent studies have found that youngest …

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The Secret High-End Credit Cardholders Share: They Want to Look Cool

Just like the clothes you wear, the car you drive and the home you live in, the credit cards in …

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The Average FICO Score Is at an All-Time High. What’s Holding Yours Back?

The average FICO score in the U.S. has just topped 700 for the first time since the credit scoring giant …

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Half of Millennials Want to Start a Business: Here’s How to Get Going

Advertiser Disclosure If you were born between 1977 and 1995, there’s over a 50% chance that you would start your own …

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How to Get Certified as a Minority-Owned Business

In 2012, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that there were 8 million minority-owned businesses in the U.S. That’s a huge …

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Small Businesses May Have a Surprising New Friend in Washington: The CFPB

Small business owners and regulators are often at odds with one another, but a new move from the country’s consumer …