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July 17, 2008
Banking is now just a cell phone away via mobile banking - PDAs provide new tools for better service Imagine this: You've written checks for several monthly bills, and you know you scheduled your car insurance payment for an automatic deduction today too. You're held up on your way to the bank to make a deposit and you're afraid you're not going to make it on time. You grab your cell phone to check you... Full Story

July 3, 2008
Work with your bank to reduce expenses and maximize savings - When was the last time you sat down with your business banker? Probably the last time you needed an equipment or construction loan, or maybe as long ago as when you set up your first business accounts. It's not unusual for business owners to set up accounts for their basic business needs (a checking account, a business line... Full Story

December 7, 2007
Secure Savings - Securing Your Future - From racing cars to skydiving, baby boomers are an adventurous bunch when it comes to recreational activities; but when it comes to investing and planning for the future Bob and Betty Boomer are much more conservative. In fact, in a 2006 poll by the National Association of Variable Annuities, more than 30 percent of respondents said they would no... Full Story


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