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Market Timing and Your Investment June 5, 2020

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Small Business Relief March 30, 2020

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Holiday Shopping and Information Security

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Hi! “There’s no place like home for the holidays,” especially if you want to get most of your shopping done online sitting in your favorite chair, sipping eggnog, and basking in the warm glow of your computer screen. If shopping without braving crowds and weather sounds attractive, you’re not alone – many consumers plan to […]

2019 Giving Trees are Here!

HELP LOCAL KIDS THIS HOLIDAY SEASON! The Communities in Schools 2019 Giving Tree Program How it works: The “Communities in Schools Giving Tree” tags will be available starting November 18th. Please bring presents back to the branch by December 13th. Presents should not be wrapped, we want the families to feel the joy of wrapping the presents! […]

Kids Free San Diego

Have you ever taken a trip to San Diego, California? It’s such a fantastic vacation destination with a number of attractions to visit. Thanks to our partners at Get Away Today, we get to share some incredible travel deals you can take advantage of this October. Kids Free San Diego In honor of the debut […]

Three Key Steps for Female Entrepreneurs

Hi from your Financial Consultant, Steve! I recently learned that women launch and lead businesses at a rate five times faster than the national average. Women are also majority owners of nearly 40% of the country’s businesses, up from 29% in 2007.1 However, for many entrepreneurs, building an equally strong personal financial plan sometimes takes […]