Category Archives : Advocacy


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We Need Your Help!

We want to hear from you. Please give us your opinion about how the economy is affecting your saving and purchasing decisions. Simply click here to complete this short survey now. The survey will be available through June 15, 2015. Your responses are completely anonymous. We appreciate your taking a few minutes to complete this survey. Thank you in advance!  


10 Retirement Savings Myths That Won’t Go Away

Discussing retirement savings is almost like speaking in a different language, especially if you’re unsure about your current savings plan or have little knowledge about investments. If you’re confused about the different retirement investment vehicles or don’t know how to save for retirement in general, it’s important that you do your research. When doing your research, however, […]

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What is “Good” Credit?

What is considered “good” credit? To help you better understand credit and your credit score, we’re hosting a four part, blog series. Part three: What is “Good” Credit? When borrowers are said to have good credit, it means they’re considered low lending risks and are likely to pay debts on time. Credit scores are a measure […]

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Across the Land

We had a special visitor stop by our main branch yesterday. Georgia native, Jack Fussell stopped by to share about his journey “Across the Land” which will total 3,660 miles. Inspired by his family members effected by the disease, Mr. Fussell is biking and jogging across America to help raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. (Pictured left […]

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10 Things We Pay Too Much For (And How To Spend Less)

With the average nuptials costing $25,200, we can probably all agree that plenty of people are overpaying for their wedding day. However, if you’re trying to live within your means, having a budget wedding only gets you so far. After all, you’re only going to get married once, or at least you hope so. Instead, you need to […]