Small Business Lending and Banking is at the heart of what we do and has been for more than 160 years. Small business is what drives our community and provides 80% of employment to our community workforce. As a community bank we value that tremendously, and want to do all we can to help small businesses succeed.
We have resources to help small businesses get started or expand which includes financing or loans for various needs. One great resource is the assistance of the Small Business Administration (SBA) with a SBA loan.
We Are an SBA Approved Lender
The Callaway Bank offers several SBA programs and can assist you in figuring out which option is a good fit, and help with the loan process.
- SBA Express Program
- Standard 7(a) Program
- International Trade Loan Program
» We can also assist you with the 504 Loan Program.
Contact one of our commercial lenders (listed below) to find out how we can help you.
The Callaway Bank Advantage:
- Extensive experience with business lending, from startups to expansions.
- Our decisions are made locally and they are client focused.
- We can help with all of your business banking needs.
What is an SBA loan?
The SBA works with lenders to provide loans to small businesses. The agency doesn’t lend money directly to small business owners. Instead, it sets guidelines for loans made by its partnering lenders. The SBA reduces risk for lenders and makes it easier for them to access capital. That makes it easier for small businesses to get loans.
Business Banking Case Study: 1canoe2
Learn how The Callaway Bank helped 1Canoe2 through several challenges and grow their business.
No matter the size of your business, we have options to fit your needs.
Remote Check Deposit
The Callaway Bank makes it easy to deposit checks on the go!
More SBA Resources
The U.S. Small Business Administration has a wealth of information to help business owners beyond just financing. They provide guides on how to start a business, grow, and expand. https://www.sba.gov/
10 steps to start your business
Starting a business involves planning, making key financial decisions, and completing a series of legal activities. Click on this link to learn about each step.
Your state tax ID and federal tax ID numbers — also known as an Employer Identification Number (EIN) — work like a personal social security number, but for your business. They let your small business pay state and federal taxes.