“Financial Independence, Retire Early” planning, or the FIRE movement, for short. More than 30 years old, FIRE is once again becoming a popular financial topic.
Throughout the pandemic, businesses of all sizes were tasked with navigating evolving restrictions, requirements, and guidelines.
As always, First Bank is committed to providing the secure financial products and services our clients need in the communities in which we serve.
For every transaction made via a First Bank Interactive Teller Machine, the bank will donate funds to local food pantries.
Despite 2020 being a challenging year for everyone, First Bank teams continued to support the communities in which we serve in whatever manner possible. Although our volunteer efforts looked a little different than normal due to the pandemic, our charitable giving amounts still demonstrated our strong commitment. Learn more about our initiatives that support the people and the businesses in our communities.
Throughout its 100 year history, First Bank has been committed to being a responsible corporate neighbor and an active member of the communities in which it serves.
First Bank’s Stacy Clay, Senior Vice President and Director of Community Affairs, talks with Kristy Houle of HEC-TV and Dr. Steven Coxon, Associate Professor of Education at Maryville University about our recent Education Technology Initiative.