Financial solutions that help you run your specialty contractor business

To keep cash flow coming in reliably and affordably, it is essential to have a trustworthy end to end payment processing service such as U.S. Bank Payment Solutions.

Accept customer and client payments with ease.

  • Easily create invoices and manage your finances in one place.
  • U.S. Bank Payment Solutions allows your business to accept credit and debit card payments at the homeowner’s location, in the field or from the office.
  • Streamline you contractor business with point of sale solutions customized for your needs.
  • Access funds within hours of batch settlement with Everyday Funding.1

Cash flow solutions for specialty contractors

  • Get projections using our cash flow forecast tool to better grow your business better.
  • Apply for a U.S. Bank credit card to gas up your fleet and vehicles.
  • Use our reporting and analysis tools to ensure you have the funds to keep your specialty contractor business running smoothly.

Streamline payroll with convenient tools.

  • U.S. Bank payroll services provides digital and mobile app tools including Roll by ADP® – a payroll mobile app to pay your employees in minutes.
  • Save time and money over paper paychecks with electronic payroll.

Service contractor business loan options

  • Purchase new equipment, a second vehicle or updated computer equipment with business equipment financing.
  • Tap into government-backed loans for up to $12.375 million2 through the Small Business Administration (SBA).
  • Build your own facility or receive working capital. Learn which loan is right for your business.

Tips and insights to power your specialty contractor business.

Gain expert advice, tips and strategies to help you get ahead.

What type of loan is right for your specialty contractor business?

Borrowing money is a big step. Evaluating your goals and specific needs can help you decide if a loan or line of credit is right for your business.

Eight ways small businesses can manage their cash flow 

Knowing how much cash is coming in and going out and accurately forecasting sales and expenses is vital to maintaining your company’s health. Here are the top things to remember when managing your cash flow.

What you need to apply for an SBA loan

There are different types of Small Business Administration loans, each with having their own set of requirements. Find out how you can apply for an SBA loan.

Take advantage of our Diversity  Lending Program

U.S. Bank is committed to supporting minority-, woman-, and veteran-owned businesses in reaching their goals with access to business funding, support, and financial resources. Find out if you qualify for a business loan or line of credit through the U.S. Bank Business Diversity Lending Program.

Business Banking on your own time and on your terms.

From business checking to payment solutions, U.S. Bank offers products, resources and services to help small businesses thrive, all in one place. 

Pay & receive

Keep your operations running smoothly with business banking options to help manage your cash flow. Receive instant mobile payments at the job site.

Manage & run

Manage cash flow swings with a clear snapshot of your finances in one place.

Plan & progress

Take your specialty contractor services to the next level with expert advice, lending solutions and staff management tools designed for growth. 

Frequently asked questions

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  1. Everyday Funding is available at no additional charge to U.S. Bank Payment Solutions merchants with a U.S. Bank Business Checking account. Funding speeds will vary between weekdays and weekends and are dependent on batch times. Funding is based on batch and will be processed every day, including weekends. Activation may take between three to five business days from date of Everyday Funding service request. Once the file is activated, there will be a change in the description of the payment when it is posted to your bank account.

  2. Subject to credit approval and program guidelines. SBA loans are subject to SBA eligibility guidelines. Certain restrictions apply to refinancing options and are subject to program terms.

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Eligibility requirements and restrictions apply. Please refer to the Digital Services Agreement for more information.

Deposit products are offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC.

Credit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association and subject to normal credit approval.