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As one of the area’s top Small Business Administration lenders, Kendall Bank is ranked #3 in Kansas City for loan growth this year.
Putting your money in a CD offers guaranteed returns, protection from market volatility, and higher yields than a savings account. But is it the right investment for you?
With a jump-up CD — sometimes called a “raise-your-rate” or “bump-up” CD — you have the option to increase the interest rate without having to wait for your CD to mature.
Kendall Bank is ranked the top SBA lender in the State of Kansas for 2021, according to the U.S Small Business Adminstration.
Every year, people lose hundreds (even thousands) of dollars to phishing scams, where criminals make fraudulent emails, phone calls, and texts that appear to come from a legitimate bank.
Online scams aren’t so scary when you know what to look for. And at Kendall Bank, we’re committed to helping you spot them as an extra layer of protection for your account.
“Kendall Bank works to really understand your business and help you through every phase of the process. They’re a great partner for any business looking to grow.”
“Our relationship with Kendall Bank is the reason for our success and growth throughout the Midwest in this challenging economic environment.”
See how Kendall helped Tallgrass Freight get the business financing it needed to achieve aggressive growth plans.
Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about SBA loans for small businesses.
Meet Tim Barron, President of Kendall Bank
Kendall Bank is ranked the top SBA lender in the State of Kansas, according to the U.S Small Business Adminstration.
When traditional financing falls short, SBA loans can be one of the best loan options for your business.
A community bank founded 120 years ago in rural Kansas may be one of the last places that comes to mind when discussing cutting-edge financial technology. But a team of experienced Kansas City bankers aims to change that perception.
You’ve likely heard of the term “credit score,” but how does it really work?
Explore the top 7 financial blogs that can help you stay on track (and get ahead) in 2021.
Worried about your credit score? You can improve yours with eight simple tips.