Much like exercising or eating healthy, saving money is much easier to do when it becomes part of your routine. To help you get in the right mindset for pursuing your financial goals, Tennessee State Bank is sharing six great habits for saving money.
Giving to charity is one of the best things that you can do with your money! As with any financial decision, making a sizeable or recurring contribution to a charitable organization is something that should be carefully considered. Read on to learn five helpful tips for smart charitable giving.
Online shopping is both easy and convenient — in just a few clicks you can order a product and have it delivered right to your front door. As online shopping becomes popular, it’s important to know how to keep yourself and your money safe. Read on to learn 6 safety tips for online shopping you […]
College can be known to take a toll on students financially. But going to college doesn’t have to lead to an empty bank account! There are steps you can take to help you save while you’re there. Read on to find out how you can save money in college.
The holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be the most expensive. When it comes to shopping for all of your friends, family members, and co-workers, expenses can add up. Fortunately, there are a number of simple steps you can take to avoid spending an arm and a […]
Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the United States. Fortunately, there are a number of practical measures that you can take to protect your financial information. Read on to learn 8 strategies for safeguarding your information and money.
Owning your own home is an exciting prospect, but saving up enough money for your down payment isn’t always easy. Typically, buyers will need to put down 5 – 20 percent of a home’s value when purchasing a property. To help you get closer to buying your dream home, Tennessee State Bank has put together […]
If you recently said “I do,” you’ve probably been very busy! Between planning your wedding, setting up your honeymoon, and possibly moving to a new home, couples often don’t have much time to spare. However, as you settle into married life, it’s important to make sure that your financial household is in order. There are […]
If you don’t have a working monthly budget, you’re not alone.1 According to a 2016 study, only 41% of Americans use a budget to keep track of their finances.2 While the mere mention of the word “budget” can conjure up images of belt-tightening and austerity, creating a budget doesn’t mean sacrificing all of the fun in your […]
Although it does require some self-discipline, saving money can dramatically improve the quality of your life. When you have ample savings, you’ll enjoy peace of mind because an emergency or an unexpected expense won’t send your finances into disarray. Additionally, saving money gives you more freedom to switch jobs, move homes, or make other big […]