Banking & Financial Education Blog
We all know that it’s a good idea to have a will to make sure that our loved ones are taken care of when we die. But have you thought about what would happen to you in the event of a stroke or another illness where you become incapacitated?
Remember your mom yelling at you to turn off the lights when you left the room? Turns out, she had a good point. Now that you’re the one paying the bills, you would probably love to cut down on your energy costs, too. The good news is – in addition to turning off lights – … Read More ›
We all want to instill sound financial values in our kids, but how exactly do we teach kids to save? If you’ve ever been with kids in a toy store, you know that the whining and “needing” to have a certain toy can be almost automatic, and it’s tempting to want to give in and … Read More ›
U.S. bank leaders reported an overall increase in the use of available credit lines by small and mid-sized businesses, according to a survey conducted by the Commercial Finance Association (CFA), a professional association for the asset-based lending and factoring industry. According to a recent report from Bloomberg News, the CFA survey shows credit utilization at 43.1 … Read More ›