Archive for October, 2017

Tips for planning for retirement as a small business owner

October 12th, 2017 Niki Prom

While operating your own business has many benefits, it comes with its fair share of unique challenges, too. One of them – planning for retirement. For many entrepreneurs, it’s tempting to funnel profits back into the company as opposed to saving for the future. While this may help your business grow, it is not necessarily […]

Charlie Funk

A note from Charlie – a tribute to Sue Evans

October 12th, 2017 Charlie Funk

What follows is the general text of my remarks at our company’s annual Rally Day, which was held on Columbus Day. With all of our employees present, it was an opportunity for me to expand on topics of importance in our corporate journey. This year, we honored the retirement of an outstanding employee who has […]

Get Smart About Credit Day is Oct. 19 – here are three key takeaways

October 12th, 2017 Cindy Roberts

National Get Smart About Credit Day is Oct. 19, and we hope you take the opportunity to review your credit report and take action, if needed. Get Smart About Credit Day was launched in 2003 by the American Bankers Association Education Foundation as a way to help educate young adults about the importance of their […]

Common questions about home loan rates and fees

October 4th, 2017 Kerri Higgins

Buying your first home will likely be one of the biggest purchases you’ve ever made. It’s a big step both financially and emotionally and it can quickly become an overwhelming experience. We’re hoping to make the process less stressful for you by sharing our experience! In this article, we’re taking a closer look at mortgage […]