Q: Would it be a good idea to open CD accounts for my two small children?
Q: I want to roll over a 401(k), and my bank is encouraging me to roll it over to fixed annuities. Is this a good investment?
A new holistic medical facility opened its doors in Greer last week and , to commemorate the occasion for GreenHouse Center, located at 1015 W. Poinsett St., a ribbon cutting was held on Thursday.
Residents of Greenville County will soon have a new source for financial products and services.
CommunityWorks Federal Credit Union, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) will soon host its grand opening. This will be the first credit union NCUA has chartered in South Carolina in fifteen years.
Q: My husband and I are debt-free, and we have several hundred thousand dollars in savings. We pay for our children and grandchildren to visit during Christmas each year, but my mother thinks this is foolish spending. What do you think?
Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling of the Upstate has announced the hiring of two new employees. Chad Mack and Steve Kauffman have joined the company as project managers and will serve customers in Paul Davis’ Upstate service territory, which includes nine counties.
Greer Bancshares Inc., the parent company of Greer State Bank, recently announced that it has repurchased $3,150,000 of its TARP preferred stock from the U.S. Treasury. The repurchase was made at full face value after paying all deferred TARP dividends.
Eastside graduate Angie Culpepper, who is currently in her sophomore year at Clemson University, is hoping to get involved in a hands-on way this summer in Greer.
Q: My wife and I are debt-free except for our home. She travels one week per month and charges her expenses to a personal credit card for reimbursement later. I’d rather we open a checking account with debit card privileges just for these expenses. What do you think?
Q: I recently got a new job that will increase my income by $20,000 a year. I’ve got $65,000 in debt, and I’m trying to pay it off, so I know I need to adjust my budget. Do you have any suggestions for a situation like this?