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  • What You Need to Know About Mortgages

    05/02/18

    Whether the market is cool or hot—like it is today in many places—purchasing your ideal home requires careful navigation of the mortgage process. Jump in too quickly and you might face higher fees and interest rates. Take too long and, in today’s

  • 7 ways the new tax bill could affect you

    02/19/18

    At Pinnacle Bank, we’ve heard a lot of questions about the new tax policies enacted under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). While there are many changes, most taxpayers won’t notice them all. So, to simplify things a bit we’ve grouped some of

  • Things you didn’t know you could do with Pinnacle Bank online

    01/16/18

    These days online banking is pretty standard. Most people know how to open an account, check their balances, transfer funds and even apply for a loan. But Pinnacle Bank’s online banking has some advanced features that can help you save time, save

  • How to protect yourself from the Equifax Data Breach

    11/21/17

    Equifax, one of three major credit bureaus, had their servers broken into and the personal data for over 143 million Americans was stolen. That means the chances that you were affected are pretty high. So how do you protect yourself from one of the

  • How to Save for a Down Payment on a Home

    10/26/17

    The first step is to understand how much you’ll need to save. Talking to a mortgage expert like the ones at Pinnacle Bank can help you understand your options. A 20% down payment is generally seen as a good number to aim for, and is typically the

  • To Buy or Not to Buy? That is the question when considering your next home.

    09/20/17

    A home is often the largest investment most people will make, but there are risks associated with home ownership. So how do you know if now is the time to make the investment? Here are a few tips: Pay off high-interest debt first Credit cards and

  • Protecting yourself from identity theft: 5 tips everyone should know

    08/24/17

    Identity theft is extremely common. If the amount of identity theft crimes committed in the United States were spread evenly over the entire population, everyone in the country would have had their identities stolen at least twice. The good news is

  • Avoiding check fraud

    07/17/17

    It seems like headlines these days are all about sophisticated hackers and complicated scams, but old-fashioned check fraud presents a greater risk to the average person and it’s on the rise. Protecting yourself from check fraud is simple if you

  • Retirement: What you need to know to get on track and stay there

    06/12/17

    Did you know that even someone with a modest income can retire a millionaire? The two most important factors are time and consistency. The earlier you begin saving, the better. So let’s get started with what you need to know. How much should I save

  • An overview of common loans that most banks offer:

    05/15/17

    Auto Loan Used to buy a car. Getting pre-qualified before shopping can help you understand what you can afford. Cash Advances Short-term loans used to cover unexpected expenses. The higher interest rates add up fast if you don’t pay them back