Summer is here at last! Are you looking for ways to get your kids off the couch (and the computer) during summer break? Use these ideas and tips from Peoples Bank for helping your kids earn and save money this summer.
If you’re looking for a new home or inspiration for your next renovation, look no further than the 2018 Parade of Homes, presented by the West Texas Home Builders Association. Now in its 63rd year, the Parade of Homes offers up close and personal tours of beautiful new homes across Lubbock’s best neighborhoods.
Are you thinking about settling down and buying your first home? Congratulations! And, you’ve come to the right place. The process can be overwhelming for first-time home buyers, but we’re here to help you get organized.
Since April is Financial Literacy Month, the team at Peoples Bank wants to help you improve your financial know how. A big part of being financially literate is knowing your financial personality. Identifying your personality can help you develop strong financial habits and avoid pitfalls that can land you in financial trouble.
Here at Peoples Bank, April is one of our favorite months of the year. Why? Because it’s Community Banking Month. We are proud to be a community bank and our customers should be proud of that, too. When you bank locally, you help to positively impact your fellow West Texans.
Babies are a big step! How do you prepare yourself and your family financially? It’s never too early, but the ideal time to start planning for a new addition to your family is somewhere between a positive pregnancy test and posting the perfect announcement on social media.
Is your family starting to outgrow your starter home? Or perhaps you’re ready to downsize for retirement? Before you start shopping for your next home, prepare your current home to hit the market. Here are the top renovations that might increase your home value and help it appeal to potential buyers.
Today’s world of one-click online shopping and virtual payments makes it too easy to spend money without realizing how quickly it all adds up. At times, it seems as though money comes from nowhere and for some kids, it may seem like it literally grows on trees. It’s tough enough to manage as an adult, which means that instilling healthy financial habits in your teens must be a priority.
If you’ve set out to improve your financial health this year, you’re in the right place. A key factor to good financial health is a robust savings plan. But, where do you start? What is most important? Start by examining your personal or family goals and align your savings strategy from there.