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It's your business — only you can know when you need to take out a loan. Our term loans have a set repayment schedule and a specific maturity date so there are no surprises. Designed for equipment, working capital, inventory, and many other types of needs, these loans help your business reach its next level of success.

  • Competitive rates for a wide range of business expenses:
    • Working capital
    • Equipment
    • Machinery
    • Inventory
    • Facility improvements
    • And more
  • Repayment terms customized to fit your business's unique needs
  • Flexible amortization period
  • Certificates of deposit may be used as collateral to take advantage of lower interest rates
  • No prepayment penalty
  • Local decision-making and processing in Cass County
  • Attentive, friendly service from start to finish
  • All loans subject to credit approval

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If you have questions, feel free to contact one of our qualified loan officers by phone at 816-322-2100 or email us at [email protected].*

COVID-19 SBA Paycheck Protection Program

Important Information for Business Owners

4/3/2020-There are many late-breaking developments from the Treasury Department and Small Business Administration on the Paycheck Protection Program for businesses, and we want you to be fully up to speed. 

The borrower application and some details of the Paycheck Protection Program have changed as of late yesterday evening. 

For your convenience, we have provided what the SBA and Treasury are calling the Final Borrower Application Form- SBA Form 2483. This application can also be found on the Treasury website, along with many other helpful resources. We have also created a checklist of information that you will need for the application.

This is a very fluid situation, with additional detail and guidance still needed from the SBA and Treasury in order for the banks to begin to process, approve, and fund these loans. 

We are happy to be able to support business owners in our community, with this much needed liquidity in these uncertain times.

Visit the SBA Site for up-to-date information on the Paycheck Protection Program.

Please email [email protected] for questions.