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Cash flow is important for any business to remain viable, which is why you need the best advice when it comes to understanding your capital needs and differentiating between loans and lines of credit. First Tennessee's Business Resource Center is your source for expert advice that helps you manage your cash position.

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Deposit & Checking

  • First Tennessee Small Business Checking Account - If cash flow is the life blood of a small business then its business checking account is the main artery that ensures its survival and growth. Learn how choosing the right small business checking account can be critical to managing your cash for growth
  • First Tennessee Small Business Savings Account - You know you've reached a critical milestone when your excess cash flow begins to work for your business. Learn how the right business savings accounts can maximize earnings on cash flow to help you meet your short-term and long-term needs

Loans & Lines of Credit

  • First Tennessee Business Credit Cards - A small business must be able to meet short-term financing needs during brief periods of uneven cash flow or spiking operational expenses. Learn how a business credit card can not only provide convenient access to credit to cover short-term expenses, but also enhance your business’ cash flow management.
  • First Tennessee Business Equipment Leasing - When business expansion requires new equipment - whether its new computer hardware, furniture, machine tools or trucks - the capital requirement can overwhelm a small business’ balance sheet. Learn how business equipment leasing can free up your working capital and generate current tax benefits while meeting critical equipment needs.
  • Financing Small Business through First Tennessee - When a small business prepares to transition to its next phase of growth it usually requires additional capital for increasing operational expenses, equipment purchases, or facility expansion. Learn how your small business now has access to more financing options than ever before
  • First Tennessee Business Line of Credit - Growing businesses constantly face short-term cash flow challenges arising from unexpected operating expenses, inventory shortfalls, seasonal factors, and unforeseen acquisitions. Learn how a business line of credit can provide the most cost-effective means to address unavoidable, short-term capital needs.
  • First Tennessee Financing Small Businesses - A small business must be able to expand if it is to remain competitive and achieve its growth plans, and that usually requires a quick infusion of capital. Learn how a small business loan can be the most flexible and cost-effective way to meet your capital needs.

Making & Collecting Payments

  • First Tennessee Cash Management - In the beginning a business survives on the vigorous management of its operations in order to generate a sustainable cash flow. At some point, however, its long-term survival becomes dependent on the effective management of its cash in order to sustain its operations and growth.

Online & Mobile Banking

  • First Tennessee Business Mobile Banking - For businesses on the move, business banking needs don't stand still. Mobile communications technology now puts the power of real-time banking in the palm of your hand. Learn how Your Bank's Business Mobile Banking will enable you to retrieve essential information and perform critical transactions on the move.

The Business Resources Center offers helpful news, tips, and tools for general information purposes only, It is not intended to provide legal, financial, or other advice or recommendations for any specific individual, business, or circumstance. The offerings found here are provided by third parties, which are neither controlled nor endorsed by First Tennessee Bank National Association. First Tennessee Bank National Association does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of this information and content. Additionally, links to third party sites are provided for your convenience. Such sites are neither controlled nor endorsed by First Tennessee Bank National Association and may not have the same privacy, security or accessibility standards. Third Parties are responsible for the content and availability of their sites.