Welcome to the Siletz Tribal Business Corporation Business information center. Here you will find Business Resource to help you plan, organize and gain a deeper understanding of your business needs. We also have helpful templates to assist you planning and organizing your business finances. Please feel free to click around.
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Cearly Construction has specialized in residential foreclosures for over 6 years. In 2008 they started working with the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians doing residential repairs and remodels. That relationship grew and in 2010 they signed contracts to build a 19 unit apartment complex in Siletz Oregon. That project was completed 1 month ahead of schedule. They also built out the Salem Tribal Flex space for Aramark Uniform Company. Cearley Construction is currently looking to expand into more Tribal communities throughout Oregon and Washington.
Siletz- Education Specialist
Alissa Lane 541-444-8373
Portland - Education Specialist
Katy Kaady 503-238-1512
Eugene - Education Specialist
Nick Sixkiller 541-484-4234
Salem - Education Specialist
Sonya Moody-Jurado 503-390-9494
For businesses in Lincoln County and for those considering starting or buying a new business, OCCC's Small Business Development Center (SBDC) can help. They offer free small business counseling to start-ups and established businesses, business development training, information and referral, and a Small Business Management program.Learn More
Linn-Benton Community College trained and experienced Business Advisors are committed to bringing you free, confidential, one-on-one business advising whether you are already in business or just starting one.Learn More
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The Office of Minority, Women and Emerging Small Business (OMWESB) administers the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Women Business Enterprise (WBE) and Emerging Small Business (ESB) certification programs. These programs are designed to promote economic opportunities for small businesses.Learn More
Business Oregon works to create, retain, expand and attract businesses that provide sustainable, living-wage jobs for Oregonians through public-private partnerships, leveraged funding and support of economic opportunities for Oregon companies and entrepreneurs.
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courses, training, resources, programs and business advisors to help you with starting a small business in Oregon. Our 19 Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) across Oregon offer a full range of services and information for small businesses of all types. We are a resource team that can help you in many ways, and we’ve been helping new and existing business owners for more than 30 years.Learn More
Each type of business structure has advantages and disadvantages. You can operate a business:
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You can visit www.bplan.com to get more Business Plan ideas and examples.Sample Business Plan
STRCP's ovearching goal is to provide loans to raise the social and economic status, as well as credit worthiness, of members of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians to a point where they can secure adequate financing on reasonable terms from another lender, and to finance developments for which other financing is not available through education and credit rehabilitation.
Another part of STRCP's (and STBC's) mission is to help fascilitate the development of Siletz Tribal Business Entrepreneurs, whether they want to start a small business or already own a large business or want to improve their credit score. STBC and STRCP believes every Siletz Tribal Member is a partner and leader of a larger dynamic Tribal economy. By fostering new entrepreneurs and providing tools to existing entreprenuers, we at STBC and STRCP are here to assist the ongoing economic development and advancement of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions regarding the Siletz Tribe Revolving Credit Program or any questions related to business development.
Your debt to income ratio (DIR) is determined by your monthly income and your monthly expenses (bills). It helps to determine the capacity an applicant has to repay any borrowed funds. To calculate your DIR, first you total all your monthly expenses and divide that by your monthly income and multiply that figure by 100 to find your percentage of debt to income. You can calculate your DIR using the equation below:
Total of monthly expenses / monthly gross income x 100 = %
Example: you have $925.00 of monthly bills and your monthly income is $2,500.00
925.00/2,500.00 x 100 = 37%
Before applying for a loan whether through STRCP or another financial institution try our payment calculator to estimate your monthly payment:
For example: If you take out a STRCP consumer loan of $3,030.00 with a 24 month repayment term with a 8% interest rate:
The interest rate on your loan is critical in determining how much you owe and most creditors determine your interest rate by your credit score.
This is an example of two different applicants applying for an identical car loan outside of STRCP for $20,000.
|Applicant 1||Applicant 2|
|Length of Loan||60 months||60 months|
|Total Amount for Pay Off||$21,291.54||$31,122.06|