Be Dollar Wise

Be Dollar Wise
Resources and insights you need to know from our banking experts.
Don't Have a Checking Account? Here's Why You Should Consider Opening One
If you rarely or never use a bank for your financial needs, then you may wonder, Do I need a checking account?
Building Resilience into Your Business
How do you cultivate resilience within your company? Here are some actions you can take to prepare your team and business for whatever challenges come next.
Credit Card Basics and Best Practices
Learn the basics about how credit cards work, along with answers to some common questions and tips for managing credit cards responsibly.
Mortgage Questions to Ask Your Lender
Let’s talk about some of the basics of getting a mortgage and what mortgage questions you may want to ask as you compare mortgage lenders.
Strategies for Attracting and Recruiting Talent in 2022
Employers have found they need to step up their attraction and retention game in this competitive market.
How to Save More Money: Savings Tips and Insights
Learn some easy ways to save money, along with insights to help supercharge your savings strategy.
How to Manage a Remote Team
Whether your company has adopted a fully remote model or a hybrid approach, these tips for managing a remote team may be helpful as you commit to strengthening your workforce and your standing as an exceptional employer.
Home Equity Loan or HELOC: Which is Right For You?
Home equity loans and home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) both offer the opportunity to use the equity in your home to get cash in hand. Which should you choose?
Common Scams and Tips on How to Avoid Them

To best protect yourself, your personal information, and your finances, it’s important to educate yourself on how online scams work and how to best avoid them.

Five Benefits of Remote and Hybrid Work Models
According to an Accenture Future of Work Study, 83% of workers say they prefer a hybrid model, with the ability to work remotely at least one-fourth of the time, and forward-thinking business leaders understand that remote and hybrid work arrangements are here to stay.