3 Qualities for Strong Passwords

Chris Mason, CISSP | Posted on May 06, 2019


One of the most vital tools that we use every day when it comes to technology is a password. Unfortunately, it's also one of the things we all hate to manage. Even with the advancements in password replacement technologies, we are still several years away from completely eliminating them. In this article, learn three qualities all passwords need to keep you and your information protected.

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Better Understand SBA Lending - 3 Questions & Answers

Kevin Kilpatrick | Posted on April 15, 2019


In my 30+ years working in banking, I've helped many business owners better understand the options available to start, grow or expand their business. In working with the Small Business Administration, we expand the lending options available to help businesses maximize cash flow. Understanding the answers to these three questions can help you and your business make the best decision for your future.

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Walking the walk: Going beyond dollars and cents

Posted on April 01, 2019


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When you think of banks, you probably think of dollars and debit cards, lending and perhaps the occasional lollipop bouquet arranged at the teller’s station. At Peo­ples Bank of Alabama, the very core of the business is something deeper than basic bank offerings. Rather than operating as a commodity, the people of Peoples Bank of Alabama (PBAL) realize that the dollars involved in banking are the commodity—the delivery of those dollars is not.

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Money Leaks & Budget Killers

Posted on September 14, 2018


Money Leaks Budget Killers
It’s easy to avoid large, extravagant purchases like dream vacations or the fully loaded luxury car, but small everyday spending adds up over time. If you’ve ever said, “Where did all my money go?” keep reading to learn how you can plug up the money leaks and stop the budget killers in your spending.

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Teen Banking

Posted on September 06, 2018


Teen Banking
​Sound financial habits don’t have to wait until kids are grown. The best time to start is early so that kids learn responsible banking before they go out on their own and make a bad decision that negatively impacts them for years. We are here to help you teach your teen how to save, spend responsibly and avoid overdrafts. Read on to learn some critical areas to cover when discussing banking with your teen.

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Relocating for Retirement

Posted on September 06, 2018


Retired
Many people save and plan all their lives with the full intention of relocating for retirement. Continue reading to understand the benefits, impacts and tips for relocating in retirement.

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