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June 2014
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July is Operation GIVE BACK(PACKS) Month!
Visit any of our 24 Banking Centers to donate to Operation GIVE BACK(PACKS), our annual backpack and school supply drive supporting all of our local school districts!
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Join us for an After-Hours Mixer with the Friendswood Chamber!
Join us for our Luau themed after-hours mixer with the Friendswood Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, July 10th at 5:00pm at our Friendswood Banking Center!
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How to Not Run Out of Money During Retirement
Worried about spending all your retirement savings before you should? Read on
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Itís the question that plagues almost every person saving for retirement: ďHow do I know this will be enough?Ē The simple answer: You donít. Whether youíre in your 20s and just beginning your 401(k), or nearing retirement and examining the tentative figures set aside for you, donít fret. There are lots of reassuring ways to ensure that you donít deplete all your savings when youíre retired. Follow these simple steps:
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Improving Financial Health
Steps for improving your financial health
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Advice is easy to find on the Internet; sometimes itís so easy to find that itís overwhelming and discouraging. Financial advice is especially abundant, making it hard to sift through when you want to find the best steps to take to improve your financial health. Fortunately, all you have to do is start with the following steps and you will be on the path toward better financial health today.
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Business Lessons From a Banker
What small business owners can learn from a top banker
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One thing that entrepreneurs have in common is that they are able to wear many hats and tackle the challenges associated with a variety of different job descriptions. No matter how flexible you are, however, it isnít possible to be an expert in every facet of business.
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Drive Green with Eco-Driving Tips
Decrease your fuel usage to save your budget and environmental impact

The costs and environmental impact of gasoline have risen greatly over the last few years. Long gone are the days when you could fill up your car for $1.39 a gallon. With fuel costs rising more each year (sometimes tipping over the $4 per gallon mark), fuel conservation has become a necessity for many families.
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San Diego, California
Beaches, theme parks and more attract vacationers to this coastal city

San Diego appeals to a variety of vacationers. Theme parks attract families, while arts and entertainment offerings bring in singles and couples without kids, and all enjoy the beaches.
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Five Low Carb Breakfast Smoothies
Control carbohydrates and lose weight

Carbohydrates are the fuel your body converts into glucose for energy. Without carbs to burn, your body resorts to burning fat reserves. This is a good thing if you want to lose weight. Get off to a healthy start in the morning by making a low-carb breakfast smoothie, whether it's to lose weight or for other health reasons.
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Create Your Own Backyard Movie Theater
Take in favorite flicks while under open skies

One of the most enjoyable things you can do with your family, relatives and neighbors is to create a temporary or permanent backyard movie theater. With the high cost of movies, and the price of concessions and drinks, it may be well worth considering this idea, even if just for the fun of a one-time event. Here are five things to consider when planning for an outdoor theater experience.
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