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For a limited time, when you refer anyone to Banner Bank and they open a Connected Checking account, you both get $25. Refer and earn as much as you like until December 15, 2018.
Key Decisions Business Owners Should Know When Purchasing Equipment
Deciding to replace, upgrade, or add new equipment is a big decision that could affect profits and cash flow. Here are a few key decisions business owners should keep in mind, plus financial options that may be available to you as a business owner.
Ten Steps to Safeguard Identity
Ten Simple Steps to Safeguard Identity Online and Off
Written by: Karl Peterson, SVP, Director of Information Security
Identity theft remains the fastest growing crime in America. According to the 2017 Identity Fraud Study from Javelin Research—a leading advisory firm specializing in digital finance—identity theft rose 16 percent in 2016. Protecting your personal information is more imperative than ever. While these statistics can seem daunting, remember there are 10 simple steps you can take to protect yourself online and off
Store financial documents and records in a secure, preferably locked location—yes, even at home
Secure your computer with a password-protected login, anti-virus software, anti-spyware and a firewall. Use an encryption program for your web…
How SBA Loans Can Help Businesses Thrive
In this Easy Banking video, Walter McLaughlin, senior vice president and SBA sales manager at Banner Bank, outlines the benefits of SBA loans, how the intere...
Protect Your Business from Fraud
Our first priority is protecting your business from fraud. Read on for cybersecurity tips for businesses, like how to protect computers and networks.
3 Ways To Truly Utilize a Business Line of Credit
3 Ways to Best Utilize a Business Line of Credit
Business Lines of Credit
Written by: Mike Beasley, SVP, Spokane Commercial Division Manager
A business line of credit is a very specific lending product designed to bridge the gap between a company’s buying and selling cycle. Lines of credit can be in the form of a secured or unsecured extension of credit, depending on each business's unique financial make up. It is a powerful tool businesses can use to support their operating expenses, finance inventory or accounts receivables. Ultimately, a line of credit can be a tool to help growing or seasonal businesses reach the next level
Often we see a line of credit used incorrectly. Below are a few tips to help your company best utilize a business line of credit.