Allegacy Financial Centers will close in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday, November 22nd – Friday, November 23rd. Our Contact Center and Greensboro Battleground, Kernersville, North Patterson and Westbrook Financial Centers will be open Saturday, November 24 from 9:00 am 12:00 pm to assist with your financial needs.
Starting college can be an exciting time, but when you’re struggling with how you will pay for your education it can also be stressful. Fortunately, there are options in the form of grants, scholarships and loans, but if you’re applying for financial assistance, there can be many hoops to jump through. Here’s your simple guide to navigating your way through … Continue reading →
Opinions on teaching children how to save money typically equal the number of households in the country. To say there are a lot of them is an understatement. And the debate over whether kids should help fund their college education is also a hot topic. Financial experts do tend to agree on the benefits of teaching kids to save their … Continue reading →
Graduating from high school and beginning college signifies the first step into adulthood and independence. With that comes more financial responsibility. Learning the ins and outs of finances may seem daunting, but the earlier you learn, the more prepared you will be for adult life. As you are preparing (or helping your child prepare) for the next life stage, remember … Continue reading →
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