Create your legacy.

Each of the Access Commitment initiatives are focused on not just building wealth, but building your legacy, including owning a home, growing and sustaining your small business and investing and managing your wealth.

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Start your homeownership journey.

Owning a home is one of the key ways to build wealth and pass it down. Through U.S. Bank Access Home you can find information and guidance each step of the way.

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Expand your business.

Whether you’re just starting out or already established, connect with a U.S. Bank local Business Access Advisor to get the resources you need to grow your small business.

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Grow your wealth.

Create a personalized plan to address your short- and long-term financial goals with a wealth advisor from U.S. Bancorp Investments as a part of U.S. Bank Access Wealth.

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Resources for microbusinesses and community developers

The U.S. Bank Access Fund was established to support women-of-color-owned microbusiness with capital and technical assistance, prioritizing Black women business owners. To help expand community development, increase affordable housing and grow the number of develpers led by people of color, U.S. Bank Access to Capital awards grants to Community Development Financial Institutions.

Access the tools and information that help you get started and stay focused.

Learn where you stand.

Answer eight easy questions about saving, spending and borrowing to learn how you approach finances. Then, access personal insights and set savings goals with the award-winning U.S. Bank Mobile App.

Boost your financial IQ.

Brush up on your financial know-how with articles and short, educational courses on topics like managing debt or creating a budget.

Get expert advice.

Get free, personalized coaching to help you discover and work toward the goals that are most important to you – whether they’re money-related or not.

Our commitment in action

LA Crenshaw district

U.S. Bank invests in revitalization of Los Angeles’ Crenshaw District

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Getting more people into homes: U.S. Bank introduces U.S. Bank Access Home

Soul food alive in South Seattle

U.S. Bank Access funding keeps fashion and soul food alive in South Seattle

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Measuring our progress

We’ve made progress to help people build wealth, including providing more than $197 million in capital to Black-owned or -led businesses and organizations and making $305 million in loan commitments to Community Development Financial Institutions. But we’re not stopping there. We still have a lot more work to do, and a lot more families, businesses and communities to empower.

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