Archive for August, 2016

Running a small business – how much should you pay yourself?

Running a small business – how much should you pay yourself?

August 26th, 2016 Chase Stafford

It’s the age-old question every small business owner faces – how much do I pay myself? Too much and your business may fail to thrive. Too little and you may struggle to survive. So how do you strike the balance and set your company up for success? Most resolutions boil down to two lines of […]

Just married money mistakes

Start your marriage on solid financial footing

August 12th, 2016 madmin

As you settle into married life, don’t let your newlywed bliss prevent you from making smart decisions about your finances. Talking about how you will manage your money as a married couple is a huge gift you can give each other. Why? Because one of the leading causes of divorce is money trouble. Money trouble […]

Got HGTV envy? Transform your home with a HELOC

Got HGTV envy? Transform your home with a HELOC

August 4th, 2016 Mindy Atkinson

Cable channels like HGTV and DIY Network are filled with TV shows about home renovation projects that document the ins and outs of bringing old, dilapidated properties back into the current century. “Love it or List it,” “Rehab Addict,” “Yard Crashers” and “Design on a Dime” are just a few examples. It’s hard to watch […]

Charlie Funk

Note from Charlie – a banking checklist

August 4th, 2016 Charlie Funk

Two months ago, I conveyed four of Jamie Dimon’s thoughts concerning what any bank – large or small – must do to succeed and regain the public’s trust. As I said then, the public’s trust in our industry was shaken by the financial crisis of 2008-10 and Mr. Dimon’s “checklist” seemed appropriate to share. Here, […]