Small Business Payments Survey Series

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Business Banking Services and Business Outlook


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This report explores the use of core deposit and loan products and other business services such as payroll services, financial advice, or specific loans or leasing arrangements used by small businesses, as well as the types of financial institutions used. A detailed discussion of delivery channels includes a review of online and mobile banking capabilities used and important features needed, as well as branch-based services and activities performed at the branch. We investigate the types of relationships small businesses have with their financial institutions highlighting the use of wealth management and financial advice. We gauge small businesses’ outlook on revenue, profitability and employment growth, and analyze borrowing attitudes in the context of respondents’ 2016 business expectations.