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Money and Financing

Financial advice you can grow with.

Financing advice as unique as your business and the entrepreneur behind it.

Whether you're starting up, looking to streamline, or planning to expand, we're here to give you the solid advice you need to choose financing solutions that allow you to remain agile and innovative while building towards long-term financial wellbeing.

The ATB Entrepreneur’s Guide to crowfunding

Share your story and give your business idea the spotlight it deserves!

5 things banks really want to see in your business plan

Review the key elements that will make your business plan stand out (and get approved) by the bank.

7 tips for building your credit to finance your business

Debt consolidation involves borrowing money from one lower-interest lender to pay off your debts with other higher-interest lenders.

Erin Pankratz: A freelance artist’s journey to better banking

Freelance artist, Erin Pankratz, shares how ATB was able to secure her financial situation by supporting her work in the arts.

Financing Alberta’s film industry

ATB partners with Alberta’s film industry through The Branch for Arts + Culture. 

Want to start your business with your own money? This entrepreneur did

Want to start your business with your own money? Learn how Joel Jelinski of Burgundy Oak started his business with $800 from his own pocket.

How to maximize your cash flow as an entrepreneur

Learning how to manage your cash flow wisely is a crucial step in the growth stage of a business.

Pricing your product: it’s more than just numbers

Get advice on pricing and listening to customers from the Burad’s of a family-run Panda Flowers in Sherwood Park, Edmonton.

Pay yourself first: managing your personal finances as an entrepreneur

Separating your personal and business finances is essential to protect your personal cash flow, maintain your personal credit and investing outside of your own business.

A 26 year financial services veterans perspective on cash flow

Cash is king. For no one is this more true than for the entrepreneur who’s working to get their new business off the ground.

Pay yourself first: managing your personal finances as an entrepreneur

Separating your personal and business finances is essential to protect your personal cash flow, maintain your personal credit, and investing outside of your own business.

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