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Business Products

Land of Lincoln Credit Union is ready to help your business by offering affordable, convenient products and services that will help your bottom line. We have several types of checking products, loans and services. Let one of our experienced staff help you choose what is right for your business.

Business Checking

TRADITIONAL BUSINESS CHECKING is ideal for small businesses with fewer monthly expenses.

  • $5 Monthly Fee
  • Unlimited check and deposit items monthly
  • Free Online Banking
  • Free VISA ATM/Debit card

BUSINESS ADVANTAGE CHECKING is great for a business with larger balances and more payables each month.

  • $7 Monthly Fee
  • Unlimited check and deposit items monthly
  • Free Online Banking & BillPay
  • Free VISA ATM/Debit card
  • Ability to earn interest on average monthly balance of $10k to $24,999 and $25k+
Business Loans

LLCU offers several types of loans for small businesses and people wanting to start a new business. Each type of loan has its own unique advantages. Let one of our experienced Commercial Lending Officers help you decide which is best for you.

BUSINESS ACQUISITION LOANS are for the purpose of purchasing or merging with another business, either by stock purchase or by private equity.

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT LOANS are often used to finance industrial building, office building, retail center development and multi-family housing development.

TERM LOANS can be taken out for business needs such as equipment, machinery vehicles, real estate or new or expansion construction.

RESTRUCTURING LOANS are used when a business or individual that owns a commercial property such as a strip-mall, agree with the mortgage holder to permanently change the terms of the original note.

SBA LOANS are business loans that include lower down payments and longer repayment terms than conventional loans. SBA loans are guaranteed by the Small Business Administration.

OPERATING LINES OF CREDIT are funds that are disbursed as needed, to be used for whatever the business’s current needs may be.