You want a bank that works hard for you to keep your business moving in the right direction. Since 1935, Marion County Bank has been serving the needs of our area businesses. Those needs often include loans, and we are ready, willing and able to meet those borrowing needs. Whether you are considering a business start-up or have been in business for decades, Marion County Bank's focus is on building a strong, long-lasting relationship with you.

Business Financing from a Local Team

Our seasoned lending staff is skilled at helping you identify the credit requirements needed to take your business to the next level.  We offer a straightforward application process with fast, in-house decision making to get you the needed funds in a timely manner.

Non-Profit Financing

Non-profit organizations are at the heart of our communities and have a profound impact on the quality of our lives.  Marion County Bank supports local churches and non-profits by providing tailored lending solutions.  Whether your non-profit needs a term loan, line of credit or a real estate loan for expansion, our team of lenders has the experience and expertise to help your organization expand its impact on the community.

SBA Loans

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) provides government guarantee lending programs through financial institutions to for-profit businesses that meet the SBA's eligibility requirements.  For younger firms with less credit history or businesses that don't qualify for traditional financing, loans back by the SBA may be an option.

For information on the SBA's Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans please use the links below or contact your Marion County Bank Loan Officer.

Paycheck Protection Program Information
Paycheck Protection Program Application
Marion County Bank Lending Team

Next Steps

When applying for business financing, these items are helpful for a productive meeting:

  • Tax returns for business and business owner
  • Current balance sheet and year-to-date income statement
  • Historical financial statements (up to three years)
  • Projected cash flow statement or buisness plan