Too many people suffer from a lack of credit history, a condition that deprives them of access to homes, cars – even jobs. They are the “credit invisibles” and some new data sheds light on ways to improve their lot in life.
Peach State is dedicated to educating our members about their finances. This guest blog from Nerd Wallet provides several tips for teaching children money-managing skills.
There is a crucial subject that may be given short shrift in the classroom: personal finance. Continue Reading…
The worlds of traditional “brick and mortar” shopping and online shopping are merging in interesting ways, a new survey reveals.
Visiting your “home” branch is probably part of your monthly, if not weekly routine. You’re comfortable with the staff, know the hours and you may even have a favorite teller.
High school seniors can really profit by preparing for careers in STEM-related fields (science, technology, engineering and math) – since this is where they’ll find the most lucrative career opportunities.
Parents go to great lengths – and make mighty sacrifices – to support their kids’ sporting activities, a new survey finds.
Typically, a cashier’s check issued by a financial institution and payable to a specific person is considered to be a safe form of payment. However, they have recently become an attractive vehicle for scammers to counterfeit, and cause significant losses to unsuspecting consumers and financial institutions.
Even after all the turmoil affecting home ownership in recent years Americans still see houses as a safe investment.
A new study finds that excessive workplace stress is the third biggest reason why people quit their jobs. The good news for employers is that relieving employee stress is one of the most cost-effective ways for employers to retain good people.
This week, a guest blog from MEMBERS AutoChoice explains the advantages of synthetic oil for your vehicle.
There is always the question of whether or not you should use conventional or synthetic oil in your vehicle. In the past, auto manufacturers wanted you to break in your engine with conventional oil for the first eight to ten thousand miles. In today’s world, engine technology has been so perfected that auto manufacturers now deliver new cars with synthetic oil already in the engine.