It's Yours, Mine and Ours When Your Money Gets Married, Too

It's Yours, Mine and Ours When Your Money Gets Married, Too
One of the earliest financial decisions you make together is whether you want to keep your money separate or merge it in a joint account. If you decide on putting everything in a joint account, who manages that account?

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Yours, Mine, Ours

Yours, Mine, Ours
Cadence Bank has designed a variety of personal checking accounts for the way you and your NEW loved one live — whether you are looking to grow your money, manage your money or everything in between.
Marketwise Banking - If earning interest is your goal, consider MarketWise
Motion Banking - An account for your everyday needs
Value Banking - Feature-rich account, with benefits to protect you and to save you money

Your Annual Plan: Three Steps to Your Financial Success

Your Annual Plan: Three Steps to Your Financial Success
As the days get shorter and cooler, it's a good time to conduct a comprehensive annual financial review. This three-step review process can help you keep your financial house in order from one year to the next.

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Published on:
Sep 16 2016

For many people, debit cards are the perfect plastic. They offer most of the conveniences of credit cards with no risk of accumulating debt. But like credit cards, debit cards are vulnerable to rip-off artists. Here's how debit fraud happens and how to protect yourself. 

Published on:
Sep 02 2016

Americans report billions of dollars in credit and debit card fraud each year. A new technology using microprocessors called EMV chips could help curb future losses. Here's what you need to know about EMV cards.

Published on:
Aug 19 2016

As routine financial tasks move online, you may have fallen out of the habit of banking at a branch office. If so, receiving a paper check can be a hassle, requiring a special trip just to deposit it. Thankfully, mobile depositing is now widely offered by banks and credit unions, allowing you to put that refund from the cable company or birthday check from your uncle into your account without having to go to a branch in person.

 

Published on:
Nov 05 2015

Banks across the country are ​issu​ing new credit and debit cards with an embedded computer chip—a small, metallic square on the front of the payment card—in an ongoing effort to protect their customers and reduce fraud. The advanced security of the chip card will make it extremely difficult for fraudsters to counterfeit or copy the card.

Published on:
Nov 05 2015

Joint bank accounts are often viewed as an easy way to give financial caregivers the ability to manage money on behalf of older adults. In some cases, they are used so the co-signee inherits the funds upon death of the primary account holder. However, both parties rarely understand the risks associated with joint accounts or the alternatives available to them.

Published on:
Nov 05 2015

The majority of Americans—61 percent—pay nothing at all for bank services such as checking account maintenance and ATM access, according to a recent survey by the American Bankers Association. Most bank customers (72 percent) spend $3 or less in monthly fees—less than the cost of a gallon of milk.

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Dear Customer,

As you may be aware by now, Cadence Trust is changing accounting software.  As a result, you will be directed to a new site effective July 1, 2017, to access your Trust Account information.  The current site will remain in effect until the end of July to allow you time to download any information you wish to retain prior to the conversion.  If you should have any questions, please contact your account administrator.