Topics and Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the banking services commonly available to a small business.
  2. Explain how small business owners decide which banking services are best for their businesses.
  3. Consider the important factors when choosing a financial institution.
  4. Explore the value of building a relationship with a financial institution.

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Building a relationship with a financial institution is critical to the success of all businesses. Services vary across different financial institutions, so it’s important to consider your unique needs before selecting a business banking provider.

After completing this lesson you’ll understand:

  • How to pick the right financial institution partner
  • How a healthy relationship with your financial institution can contribute to the success of your business
  • The types of accounts and services typically available for small businesses

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