Local Community Banks - Idaho Community Bankers Association

Community Banking for Small Business

We’re fluent in small business banking. Understanding your challenges and opportunities is second nature because we’re a small business too. If you’re an Idaho business or farm owner, we offer the perspective and resources to help you reach the next level, even when it’s from the ground up. 

Community Banks Give Rise to...

of all small business loans in the US.

of all agricultural loans.

customer satisfaction scores.

in staff courtesy and helpfulness.

in speed of financial transactions.

Building Communities with Trust

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Community banking supports homegrown Idaho businesses that create jobs and build communities. We are independent in our decision-making, focusing on building trust and boosting our local economy.

Investing in Idaho—and You

Personalized banking means we look beyond spreadsheets and statistics to view the whole person and the whole picture. That’s why we provide better customer service and incentives. We put our resources directly into customer satisfaction which, in turn, benefits our communities.

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Why Community Banks – and not Credit Unions

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Not all financial services organizations pay federal income taxes. Credit unions received a special federal income tax exemption when Congress created them in 1934 to help people during the Great Depression. The exemption still exists today. Learn more about the issue at Reform Credit Unions.

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