Managing Your Money
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.
A major shift in the payments industry should help keep consumers’ data secure. Within the next year you should begin seeing EMV cards—they have a secure microprocessor chip embedded in the plastic—in stores and your own wallet. Find out how the cards work and what the implications are for consumers and merchants.
Nashville’s status as a boomtown shows no signs of fading anytime soon. As the largest locally owned bank, Pinnacle has a vested interest in ensuring the city continues to prosper. Find out how we help support the metro area’s leaders, business owners and residents.
Your credit score is of utmost importance when buying a home or applying for other types of loans. But how is your credit score calculated? Find out here.
Several indicators show that the U.S. economy is recovering, and the news is even better locally. Read more about how Tennessee and Knoxville are picking up steam in terms of economic development and quality of life.
Selling a car can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, but it doesn’t have to be. By following a few simple rules, you can ensure that you will get top dollar for your car.
The Affordable Care Act is the biggest change to health insurance since it was invented. Because the law effectively is an overhaul of the entire system, everyone’s health insurance will be affected. Here are some of the major changes that will impact you.
It’s hard to tell just by looking at a cashier’s check whether it’s real or fake. Learn about the common scams involving cashier’s checks and how to verify that funds are legitimately available.
All parents want to make sure their children are taken care of financially in any circumstance. Find out how to avoid lengthy court proceedings and other hassles when you leave an inheritance to minors.
A tax refund isn't a gift--it's money you earned. Instead of going on an unplanned shopping spree, put it to work for you.