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TCB Business Connection Newsletter

View current and past issues of the Tri Counties Bank Business Connection Newsletter in PDF format.

Vol. 17 | Issue 1

  • Remote Deposit Capture Streamlines Receivables
  • Borrow Proactively, Not Reactively
  • Hacking Is a Big Risk for Any Business
  • Small Business Loans vs. Business Credit Cards 

    Vol. 16| Issue 3
    • Smart Tips for Establishing a Business Line of Credit
    • Prepare Your Business for These 4 Common Crises
    • Your Business Credit Rating — What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You!
    • Benefits of Giving Back

    Vol. 16| Issue 2

    • Should You Lease or Buy Your Solar Panels?
    • 12 Email Best Practices to Implement Today
    • Tips to Help Boost Profit Margins
    • Taking Advantage of Section 179 (Business Asset Deduction)

    Vol. 16 | Issue 1

    • New Equipment Needs: Loan or a Lease?
    • 5 Steps to a Successful Acquisition
    • Grooming Your Business for Sale: 6 Tips
    • SBA Loan 7(a) Explained

    Vol. 15 | Issue 3

    • Manage Your Electronic Payments Costs
    • Better Business Through Financial Analysis
    • Make Year-End Business Decisions Before It's Too Late

    Vol. 15 | Issue 2
  • New Small Business Lending Solutions Offered by Tri Counties Bank
  • New Business Checking Accounts to Better Fit Business Needs
  • Retirement Plans for Small Businesses
  • Tri Counties Bank Celebrates 40 Years of Service With Solutions

  • Vol. 15 | Issue 1

    • Time is Running Short to upgrade Card Terminals
    • Hacking is a Big Risk for Small Business
    • How to Save for Retirement When You're Self-Employed
    • 7 Ways You Can "Mobilize" Your Business

    Vol. 14 | Issue 4

    • Better Together: Tri Counties Bank and North Valley Bank Merger Update
    • Protecting Your Small Business from Cyberattacks
    • Create a Road Map to Reach Financial Independence
    • Make Sure You're Insured for Growth

    Vol. 14 | Issue 3

    • The rise of the smart chip credit card
    • 5 steps to a successful acquisition
    • The versatile IRA
    • Make friends with more customers by going mobile

    Vol. 14 | Issue 2

    • Protect your business from wireless threats
    • Must-know info about payroll taxes
    • Retirement plan options for business owners
    • Turning mistakes into opportunities

    Vol. 14 | Issue 1

    • Tri Counties Bank presents LeadershipOne seminars
    • Don’t fall victim to payments fraud
    • 3 resolutions for your finances
    • Recent same sex marriage ruling

    Vol. 13 | Issue 4

    • When your business partner is your spouse
    • Manage your electronic payment costs
    • Is telecommuting still a viable option?
    • A valuable new resource for your financial success

    Vol. 13 | Issue 3

    • Tips for getting a business loan
    • How the taxpayer relief act of 2012 affects business
    • How to decide when you’re ready to retire

    Vol. 13 | Issue 2

    • Who’s in line to run your business?
    • Increase profits with merchant card services from tcb
    • Low rate raises the appeal of grantor retained annuity trusts
    • Tips for getting paid faster

    Vol. 13 | Issue 1

    • Secure your business against cyber crime
    • Protect your business from ACH fraud
    • Negotiating your retirement goals
    • Is your vehicle your office?

    Vol. 12 | Issue 4

    • Proud to be your community bank
    • Timing is everything: when to invest in your business
    • Investment services team continues to grow
    • Attracting customers who use smartphones

    Vol. 12 | Issue 3

    • Is your staff hitting the productivity wall?
    • How to save for retirement and send the kids to college
    • Think you can’t get away?

    Vol. 12 | Issue 2

    • Growing jobs in our community
    • Should you consider leasing business equipment?
    • The cost of caregiving to your retirement nest egg
    • Implement a Gumby® business strategy

    Vol. 12| Issue 1

    • Tri Counties Bank: Dedicated to your success
    • Take steps to protect your business
    • A business succession plan makes for smooth sailing
    • Introducing our new financial advisors
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