Is a Rewards Card Right for You?

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by: Adrienne L.
Do you like to travel or dine out? You probably do some grocery shopping and put gas in your car on occasion. Would you like to be rewarded for making these everyday purchases? If you pay your credit card balance each month and have good or excellent credit, then a…

Growing Emergency Funds

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by: Rebecca P., Personal Banker
Experts say that you should have an emergency fund in savings that can cover up to three months of bills if something were to happen where your cash flow is halted. Whether that's losing your job, getting injured at work or having baby. Check out some easy ways to grow…

Saving Money on Back to School Shopping

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by: Holly W., Digital Marketing Specialist
August is here and that means it’s the start of a brand new school year. Between school supplies, books and clothing your wallet could become your best friend or your worst nightmare. With sales signs constantly taunting us and our children begging us for the must-have school items of the…

Money Managing Tips for College Freshmen

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by: Holly W., Digital Marketing Specialist
August has arrived and many high school seniors are eager to head off to college to start the next phase of their life. Although college is an exciting time for students, it requires young people to assume a greater responsibility for managing their own money. While college students might detest…

How Much 20-Somethings Should Save

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by: NerdWallet
Your 20s may seem like an odd time to think of retirement, but it’s actually the perfect moment to start planning for your later years. That’s because the earlier you start saving, the more time your money has to grow. Savers who begin setting aside 10% of their earnings at…