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This should be either an audited, reviewed or compiled statement from your outside accountant including their cover letter. If financial statements are not prepared, the year-end IRS tax return may be submitted (first six pages only) along with your internal year-end statements (balance sheet and income statement). Since all submission information is destroyed after a score is calculated, those applying for updates should also include their most recent year-end financial statement again.
This would be your internally generated balance sheet and income statement. If your most recent YTD represents your year-end as well, skip this submission.
If not included in your financial statements. Job or customer names may be redacted if you wish.
Credit limit and current balance This must be from a bank. A letter will suffice as long as actual amounts are cited and not vague ranges. Screen shots or print outs of on-line statements will also work. If you do not have a credit line, that is not a problem; just let us know.
There is an Effective Date on every Contractor Score certificate. This is the date of latest financial statement sent to us to derive the score.
*You may skip the Registration if this is an update and your contact and address information has not changed from your previous Contractor Score.
You will need to establish an account to retrieve your Score certificate, view your Score history and control who may retrieve scores through a secure portal. Click on the Registration button to set-up an account. Note, this is a new system and any previous accounts with Contractor Score will not work for security reasons.RegisterNow