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July 4th 2020

Our offices will be closed on July 4th in observance of Independence Day!

Boost Your Retirement Savings – No Matter Your Age

No matter what age you are, young or old, you can grow your retirement savings and retire to a stress-free life! The reality of retirement is the earlier you start saving and investing your money, the better off you’ll financially be in life. However, it is never too late to start saving for retirement! Even…

Financial Home Buying Tips

Buying a home is one of, if not the, biggest and most important financial decisions of a person’s life. You want to make sure you are buying the right home for your wants and needs that has also been well taken care of. Having a reliable realtor and financial institution behind you will really help…

Memorial Day

Our Offices will be CLOSED on Monday May 25th, 2020

Warning Signs of Identity Theft

Millions of innocent people fall victim to identity theft every year. It is scary how many people have their identity stolen and don’t realize it until it’s too late! If someone breaks into your car, it is easy to spot the evidence. But with identity theft, it is easy to miss the warning signs if…

Benefits of Online Banking

Online banking allows you to manage your money straight from your phone or computer! This is convenient in everyday life, but during emergencies it can be essential to access your financial account without going into the bank. There is no need to visit a bank if you do not have to. With online banking, you…

How You Can Spend Money Wisely in Emergencies

Right now, the entire world is having to think about the emergency savings they have in order to provide food for their family and keep the lights on. In a pandemic, or any other emergency, it is extremely important to be extra careful about the money you are spending. Here are a few tips on…

How to Properly Track Your Spending

It is important to track the money you spend on a regular basis. Daily, weekly, monthly and also yearly. Tracking your spending will make sure you are aware of overspending and where you can cut back to keep from overspending in the future. Here are some helpful tips to properly track how much money you…

Top Financial Tips You Should Know before You’re 30

Top Financial Tips You Should Know before You’re 30 30 is that age when you really are an adult. Your 20’s are the times you are most likely going to have a little more fun and still be a bit immature. 30 is when all of the responsibilities hit and you start establishing yourself and…

1099 INT Instructions

Instructions for Recipient The information provided may be different for covered and noncovered securities. For a description of covered securities, see the Instructions for Form 8949. For a taxable covered security acquired at a premium, unless you notified the payer in writing in accordance with Regulations section 1.6045-1(n)(5) that you did not want to amortize…

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