As a member of the communities we serve, we want to see small businesses succeed. We know a business is more than financing, so we created a list of resources for small businesses to help them start, grow and thrive.
Business Mentoring and Education
For over 50 years, SCORE has served as America's premier source of free business mentoring and education.
Starting, Managing and Financing a Business
Tips and guides from the MN Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED)
Minnesota Secretary of State
Forms and information on filing a new business
Small Business Administration
Tools, resources and guides for potential, new and existing small businesses
Harland Clark Business Checks
Our trusted and recommended check supplier
Events & Webinars
Date: Ongoing Webinar
Topic: Most start up businesses need some form of financing. Learn about different funding alternatives such as family, debt lenders and grants.
Business Financial Resources With Your City & County Account
With your City & County Credit Union business account, you automatically get free QuickBooks Web Connect and Quicken Web Connect downloads through Online Banking.
You want your employees to succeed, and we have the tools to ease their financial lives. Set up a lunch and learn session for your employees to cover things like breaking the debt cycle, improving your credit score, budgeting basics and more. Contact us to set up a lunch and learn for your employees.
COVID-19 Small Business Resources
At City & County Credit Union we know that small businesses, now more than ever, play a vital role in our community. Protect your business and stay up to date on important updates with our COVID-19 Small Business Resources.
If you're concerned about cash flow or payment issues for your business, we're here to help. Call our Business Services Expert at (651) 225-2750 or send us an email to discuss options and City & County financial solutions.
Minnesota Business Resources
National Business Resources
- Federal SBA Disaster Loan - Low-interest federal disaster loan up to $2 million for small businesses and private non-profits suffering substantial economic injury as a result of COVID-19.