Entries by Edward Taylor

Which Account is Best for You: Money Market Account or Savings Account?

People who are able to set money aside are faced with a number of different options to choose from, regarding where to put their money. Two of the most popular options are opening a money market account or a savings account. Here is an in-depth look at these two finance options. Savings Account This type […]

5 Tips for Successfully Navigating the SBA Loan Application Process

Many people have envisioned starting their own business. However, the process can be difficult at times. Securing the necessary financing to start your business may be held back by different factors, such as bad credit or no collateral. The Small Business Administration seeks to help aspiring entrepreneurs earn the necessary financing to start their business […]

Y’allywood Rises in the Southern Crescent

Make no mistake, the film industry has arrived in Georgia. While our state has always been a popular location for feature film, television movies and television series, the industry took off like a rocket after the first point of purchase sales and use tax exemption was introduced in 2002, with subsequent updates in 2005 and […]

How to Give the Perfect Gift for a Loved One, on a Budget

There are any special occasions associated with gift giving including holidays, birthdays, and even anniversaries. Sometimes, you may not have enough money to spend on a gift, but worry not. Budget gift giving requires planning for gifts to avoid stretching your finances too far. Time Today it seems that we are too busy to slow […]

CCF Holding Company Announces Terms of Reverse Stock Split

JONESBORO, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CCF Holding Company (OTCPK: CCFH) (the “Company”), the holding company for Heritage Bank, today announced that the Company filed an amendment to its Restated Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State of Georgia to effect a 1-for-10 reverse stock split of its common stock. The reverse stock split will take effect at […]

How To Save Money to Buy a House

The days of paying no money down for a house are done. Most homebuyers today make at least a small down payment when applying for a new mortgage, and some choose to place 10 to 20 percent of the sales price or more as a down payment. When you crunch the numbers, you may be […]