Spring Break Travel Tips

by Stacy Tharp 13. March 2013
If you have a fun trip planned for Spring Break, good for you – you deserve it! Traveling, however, can be stressful, even though the reason for your trip is likely to get away from stress! So, in order to keep your vacation as relaxing as possible, follow these simple steps BEFORE you leave! 1) Let your financial institutions know you’ll be traveling. In order to protect you from fraudulent activity, financial institutions monitor your “normal” spending ac... [More]

How to Get Your Friends to Pay You Back

by Stacy Tharp 27. February 2013
It's happened to all of us: that awkward moment when you are dining out with a friend, and when the bill arrives your friend informs you that he has conveniently left his wallet at home or has forgotten to stop off at the ATM. At this point the only way to avoid the dine-and-dash is to pay the bill in full yourself. You might not think it’s a huge deal to pay for someone’s lunch from time to time, but if you lend money to a friend, you have every right to expect your friend to pay yo... [More]

Top Three Myths About Online Banking Revealed

by Erica Starr 22. August 2012
Nowadays, it’s next to impossible for consumers to participate in the 21st century without having to share some sort of personal information via the web. From social media sites to smartphones, it feels like it’s all about sharing and comparing when it comes to your personal information online. Information that, until recently, we’ve been taught to lock up like Fort Knox. But now it’s okay to share? With all of the hype about top notch companies such as Citibank, So... [More]


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