The time has come once again for New Year’s resolutions! While some tend to scoff at the idea, the beginning of a new calendar year gives us an opportunity to take a look at our habits and consider how we might live better, happier or more fulfilling lives. Continue reading
After many months of hard work and development, the app is out of the bag: we’re mobile!
Community Bank of the Chesapeake is proud to announce the launch of our new Mobile Banking app —designed to help you have access to your finances at your fingertips, 24-7. Available for both the iPhone and Android, the app makes it possible for you to bank wherever and whenever is convenient.
When you download the free app from your app store, here are some of the features you’ll be able to take advantage of:
According to a report in USA Today, it is predicted that 80% to 90% of women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their lives, either because of divorce or other circumstances. Which begs the question – are you ready?
If you are like the majority of women in the United States, the answer is probably “no.” So what can you do to prepare? It’s easier than you might think:
As soon as the table is cleared and the dishes are done, many of us will be getting ready for — or already headed out to — what has become a post-Thanksgiving tradition: Black Friday holiday shopping.
But, don’t get caught up in the excitement. If you do, you could end up spending more than you intended, putting a big dent in your budget. Continue reading
Whether you are a serious investor or casual Wall Street follower, did you know you can explore individual sectors, review market indices and view up-to-the-minute trading figures right from our website?
You can also research individual companies, including details quote information and news and media, through our stock quote tool. Give it a try by checking out some of the country’s most well known public companies including Dell (DELL), Facebook (FB) and Apple (AAPL).
They say that the ritual of shaking hands dates back to Ancient Greece in the 5th century BC. A handshake in those days was considered a sign of peace — and proof that neither participant was carrying a weapon! Further, the up-and-down handshake motion would dislodge any weapon that might be hidden up a hand-shaker’s sleeve! Continue reading
Business customers that maintain large balances in their checking accounts can choose to utilize earnings credits to help offset, or reduce, the fees associated with their account. The earnings credit is an interest calculation based on the collected balance of the account and is applied only to offset, or reduce account fees. Continue reading