Author: Beth Hale

5 options for growing your savings

Beth Hale
Posted by Beth Hale
Consumer Banking
Back of young woman with long hair looking at a chalk board on which a graduated bar graph is drawn, showing different levels of possible savings.

As interest rates rise, opening an FDIC-insured account at your local financial institution may be a great option for you.

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Financial well-being checklist for the new graduate

Beth Hale
Posted by Beth Hale
Consumer Banking
Row of college graduates outside, dressed in their black caps & gowns.

There is nothing more worrisome than trying to figure out how to pay off college debt.

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7 tips on saving for the holidays

Beth Hale
Posted by Beth Hale
Consumer Banking
2 young woman sitting at outdoor cafe table, looking at possible shopping items on a laptop computer while drinking coffee.

Have you really taken into account the large amount of money you may be spending on festive occasions? It is easy to overlook.

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Millennials & investing: Getting started

Beth Hale
Posted by Beth Hale
Consumer Banking
Young professional man and woman looking at open laptop computer and discussing.

I know the concept of investing can be a little intimidating due to many options and risks, but here are three tips I often share on the basics of investing.

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