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Bring Your Business Banking Online
Digital Business Management Tools & Mobile Business Banking App
So, you’re a small business owner. You’re busy, committed, and passionate about your business. Money management is probably at the forefront of your mind, and there’s plenty of solutions out there to take your business to the next level. If you haven’t fully integrated digital banking solutions for your business, it’s time to explore your options. WesBanco’s business management tools and business banking app can upgrade your company’s finances.
Putting Your Small Business on the Map
Before you get your finances in order, take some time to create your digital storefront and apply for a legal business entity. That means applying for an LLC, C Corp or S Corp. You’ll also need to apply for an EIN number with the IRS. These steps ensure your personal assets are protected from business debts, losses or lawsuits.
Next, make your dream real with a website. Use a website builder to get your online presence started. It’s also a great idea to launch social media channels for your business. Update these channels regularly to build a fan base and keep customers updated. Once you’ve taken all of these steps to start your business, it’s time to get your finances in order.
Managing Cashflow with Digital Business Banking
The first step you want to take when managing your business cashflow is to separate your personal bank account from your business account. A separate business bank account is essential to keep your finances organized. WesBanco has a variety of business banking checking accounts to get you started. When you open a business checking, you should expect to get more than just a responsible and flexible way to manage expenses. You should get access to online and mobile banking tools built for your business.
With online business banking, you can link outside accounts so you can easily transfer any business funds into your new business account. You’ll also want to be strict about only using this account for business expenses. This will give a clear picture of your business cashflow, and when tax time comes up it will be simple to review statements—especially with digital business banking tools.
Mobile Business Banking
As a small business owner, you don’t have unlimited time to spend on banking and balancing checkbooks. That’s why it’s essential to use an online business banking experience and a mobile app for business customized for your entrepreneurial needs. WesBanco’s exclusive business banking app has a lot of the same features as our standard mobile banking app like excellent usability and security in addition to the following:
- Multi-factor Authentication
- Touch ID
- Trusteer Enabled
- Send and Receive Secure Messages
- Mobile Deposit
- Mobile Bill Pay
- ACH/Wire Transfer Approvals
These features allow for secure, flexible banking for all business owners on-the-go. With a mobile app for business banking, you can balance accounts, deposit money, pay bills, send money and more with the tap of a finger. Online and mobile business banking solutions will make it easier to set budgets and manage your cashflow so you can start to scale and grow your business.
Support Your Growing Business with Automated Banking
WesBanco’s small business solutions reach far beyond banking products, online access and our business banking app. Our business banking services also include management of accounts payable, accounts receivable, liquidity management, fraud prevention and more. We have you covered if you need small business resources that are tailored for your company, can handle daily transactions and provide business banking services. When you’re looking for a digital business banking partner, look for personalized services that can grow with your company and make managing accounts on-the-go simple and secure.
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