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Managing Your Money

Help Your New Grad Save with These Financial Gifts

Cash is king when it comes to graduation presents, but if you want to make sure your gift helps form a foundation for future success, consider these options. The special student in your life will remember the gesture for a long time.

The One Person Who Can Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Getting what you want out of the new year doesn’t have to be a long shot. Working with this trusted confidant, you can build a plan to meet your financial goals and achieve your New Year's resolutions.

Planning Your Finances for a New Year

If you want to take advantage of opportunities to save on your 2014 tax bill and get a jump start for the new year, the time to act is now. Here are five ways to wrap up the year and start your 2015 finances on the right foot.

Make Gift Giving Stress-free by Planning Now… for Next Year

Managing holiday finances is often one of the most difficult things about the season. Here are some ways you can get started now to be in good shape for spending on gifts, travel, entertaining and more next year.

5 Tips for Safe Online Holiday Shopping

Chances are you’re one of the millions of consumers who plan on ordering a few holiday items from the comfort of your home instead of braving the malls. If that’s the case, it’s important to know how to keep your personal information safe online.

5 Budgeting Tips for Smart Holiday Shopping

Aside from gifts, when you think about all the holiday purchases you make-–decorations, greeting cards, travel, food and cookies, etc.-—it really adds up. Here are some ways to plan your holiday spending so you don’t start 2015 in debt.

Saving, Investing and Finding Balance in the Sandwich Generation

Supporting your kids and your parents at the same time can be tough. So how do you find balance – and space for your own needs – when you’re part of the “sandwich generation”?

Smart Back-to-School Shopping Can Teach Your Kids About Money

The sales have already started, and the ads are in the paper. Back-to-school season is here. Whether you’re preparing them for kindergarten or college, you can make the most of this chore by giving your kids something besides backpacks and new sneakers.

Q&A: How President Trump Could Affect Your Personal and Business Finances

Regardless of your political leanings, we all need to be prepared for what the new president and his congressional supporters will mean for our bottom lines over the next four years. We asked Pinnacle’s Chief Investment Officer Mac Johnston what he expects from the next four years.

New Look for Online Banking

Pinnacle’s Online Banking got a new look on Dec. 4. Much of the functionality hasn't changed, but don’t be surprised if a few things have moved.

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