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A strong banking relationship can optimize your business’s finances and uncover cost savings, making your life as a business owner much simpler. Centier can help.

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Online & Mobile Banking

Find convenient digital products and services to streamline your finances.

Payment Solutions

Simplify the customer experience by expanding your payment offerings.    

Business Checking Accounts

Take control of your cash flow with a MyBiz or MyBiz Plus Checking account. 

We want your business to grow and succeed at every stage, so we’ve outlined a few things to help you continue your journey.

  • Explore some of the most common tax deductions for small businesses to lower your tax bill and protect your bottom line. View Taking Business Tax Deductions on TurboTax.
  • Expand your understanding of small business management responsibilities, including employee recruitment, customer analysis, sales best practices, and even exit strategies. Take the SBA Manage Course from
  • Learn how payment systems function and, ultimately, enable small business owners to make sales. View our Autobooks payment solution.

Generally, businesses use financing to meet operating expenses and facilitate expansion as well as to acquire, replace, or repair assets. For example, credit cards can help with small expenses, such as office supplies or travel, while equipment financing can facilitate the purchase of key assets, like company vehicles.

Not sure where to start? Centier can help you determine the right products for your business — speak with a small business banker.


Borrowing is common among all businesses, big and small, especially from traditional financial institutions like banks. According to the Small Business Credit Survey, nearly three in four firms had outstanding debt in 2021. Moreover, 90% of firms entrusted either a small or large bank with their financial needs.

The ideal level of debt varies from company to company — one may need extensive inventory financing while another solely requires an active line of credit for occasional office expenses. The majority of small businesses tend to carry less than $100,000 in debt on their books, however, it’s not unreasonable for growing businesses to borrow $250,000 or even $1 million as they expand operations.

Employing a finance professional can help you navigate early operational challenges as well as keep records neat and tidy. That said, small businesses (or even startups with large scale ambitions) don't need to hire a CFO right away — a bookkeeper suffices for most initial financial responsibilities, like handling A/R and A/P. Consider hiring a bookkeeper, part-time or full-time, while you get your business off the ground and build a customer base.

Grow your Business

Take your operations to the next level. 

Savings Account

Start setting funds aside with our Commercial Savings Account.

Loans & Lines of Credit

Fulfill your capital needs with our robust suite of products and services.

SBA Loans

As a small business, you have options. Learn more about SBA loan offers.

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