Building good financial habits and practicing them often is how people achieve financial freedom. Financial planning is the practice of putting together a plan for your future, specifically around how you will manage your finances and prepare for all the potential costs and future for when issues may arise.
National Bargain Hunting Week is observed each year during the second week of August. People love the hunt and the final deals, whether we are searching for kitschy finds at a yard sale or browsing the clearance rack at the local department store.
Soon you’ll be seeing school buses back on the road and children wearing brand new shoes, backpacks filled to the brim along with the latest gadgets. These tips on back-to-school shopping can help prioritize spending and save money.
People perform many tasks from their mobile phones, including transferring money to another person and paying bills. With the popularity of digital technology rising, it’s important to take a closer look at what a digital mobile wallet has to offer.
Homeownership is the best path to wealth creation for a majority of Americans. Every mortgage payment you make increases your equity. Homeownership is more than a financial investment. Owning your home means owning your future and a place to raise your family.
Core Bank supports Omaha business growth with a new online financing option. The easy-to-use program provides loans to help local businesses thrive. Read more about how small business has been positively impacted by Core Bank’s RapidTRAC loan program.
Graduation is one of the biggest milestones in any student’s life. After studying and working hard through high school or completing college, graduates are finally ready to carve their own path in the world. As a graduate, you most likely will celebrate and be...
“Americans have already started receiving money back. When you combine tax refunds with the most recent round of Economic Impact Payments you have many people receiving an influx of cash. What can you do to wisely manage this money?”