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Basic banking for successful small businesses
 
 

By Pat Cortez
News@lavozcolorado.com
 
03/01/2011

To be successful, there are several financial choices business owners should consider for their businesses:

Business checking account: Separate your personal and business finances with a dedicated business account. At tax time, you’ll have the statements and records just for your business.

Business savings account: Establish a savings account to help you prepare for a rainy day and provide seed money for expansion. It also could be a source of overdraft protection.

Business check card: With a business check card, you can tap your primary business checking account for purchases at most retail outlets, online and over the phone. You can also access cash at ATMs.

Business online banking: Online banking is available 24/7 to access your accounts, transfer funds, determine available credit, check outstanding balances, schedule or review automatic payments, and more. Leading financial services providers also offer a monthly business spending report to track business expenses online.

Business online bill pay: A great time-saving tool is online bill pay. You can receive bills from vendors, and schedule secure payments in advance for recurring expenses. Email alerts help manage payment times, and develop reports to track business spending.

Business credit card: Business owners looking to better manage payments can benefit from a credit card devoted to business-related purchases. The account can be shared with employees who are authorized to purchase business supplies and services.
Loans or line of credit: Many business owners need access to capital to expand or fund operations and make capital purchases.

These basic business banking products and services can help save you time and money, and help you establish a solid credit history for future financing plans and needs. Talk with a banker today to make sure you have the right productions and solutions for your business.

 

 

 

 

 
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