Start Your Business

Starting a business can be a lot of work, yet very rewarding. Explore below the many ways that Timberland Bank can give you the assistance you need to get started building your business.

Solutions to Get Started

Checking Solutions

Partner with local bankers who understand the needs of hometown businesses.

Our Business Checking accounts allow small business owners to:

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Cash Management Solutions

Our Cash Management solutions are designed to help your small business grow.

Let us help your business get started. Our Cash Management solutions allow business owners to:

  • Collect and process payments the way that works best for you and your business needs
  • Keep track of your transactions with Online Banking for Business

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Lending Solutions

Let us help you start or grow your small business.

With a Timberland Bank business loan, you can:

  • Make purchases and maximize cash flow with a Timberland Business Visa Credit Card
  • Get your business off the ground with an SBA Loan

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Resources to Get Started

These additional resources can help your business get up and running.
  • Thinking about starting a business? Explore a selection of resources from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
  • A business plan is an essential roadmap for business success—click here to begin outlining your company's future.
  • Have you checked your credit score recently? Download this booklet from MyFico.com for help understanding your FICO Scores.
  • Explore the different types of business structures and select the best fit for your business here.
  • Take a key step towards legally operating your business by registering the name of your business.
  • Need more information? Click here for local SBA classes and trainings.
  • You can find free and confidential business counseling, business tools, templates, tips, and more at SCORE, a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses grow and achieve their goals. 

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