FEMA: How You Can Help Disaster Survivors

In the wake of a disaster, Americans have always come together with compassion and courage to ask how they can help survivors of Hurricane Florence. There are many ways that you can help survivors and ensure that an individual contribution – whether financial donation or personal time – is carried out […]

FEMA: Minimizing Hurricane Risks

Hurricane season begins June 1 and we’ve already experienced, Alberto, the first named storm system, but it’s not too late for citizens to protect themselves and their families during severe weather. Since the mid 1800’s when the National Weather Service began officially recording hurricanes, 54 hurricanes have directly hit Louisiana. That’s why […]

ABA: 6 Smart Money Moves for New College Graduates

More than 70 percent of college graduates began their career owing more than $37,000 in student loans in 2017. Considering the additional living expenses they’ll soon face, new college graduates would be wise to focus on their financial future right now, says the American Bankers Association. ABA has highlighted six […]