How to Set Yourself Up For Early Retirement

How to Set Yourself Up For Early Retirement

As the retiring age gradually continues to increase, many are stuck in fear that that won’t be able to retire at the age they always hoped for- or ever. For one, social security is expected to run out by 2034, yet surprisingly 33% of individuals don’t have a... read more
Banks Vs. Venmo: Who Will Win?

Banks Vs. Venmo: Who Will Win?

Over the last decade, Paypal has done an excellent job of bringing millennials and generation X young adults into its business systems. In particular, the introduction of one of their apps called Venmo in 2009 spurred a surge of younger people into their recurring... read more

Economic Trends To Keep An Eye On

  Victor Notaro is an accomplished Corporate Banking Executive with a demonstrated record of success leading consultative and relationship management strategies in the financial services industry. Victor Notaro is skilled at building and managing high performing... read more
Banking and Travel: Tips for Getting Around

Banking and Travel: Tips for Getting Around

With so much to plan and organize and pack before a vacation, it’s no wonder most people don’t think about planning their finances before their trips! But surprises and accidents are the quickest way to ruin a relaxing vacation, and when it involves your money and... read more
Why Millennials Should Go Into Banking

Why Millennials Should Go Into Banking

In the 1990s, many young professionals were teeming to the field of finance. Unfortunately, this has changed in recent years, partially due to the stigma that was attached to bankers after the financial crisis. As a result of this shift in thinking, banking is not a... read more
How Banking Has Changed Throughout History

How Banking Has Changed Throughout History

The process of the world going from “bartering-your-apples-for-my-pig” to the world of modern banking has been a complex one. Banks have developed throughout history to be financial institutions that are licensed to complete deposits and issue credit, and... read more
Amazon’s Foray Into Banking

Amazon’s Foray Into Banking

First, they cornered the book market online. Then they conquered toilet paper and toothpaste. Now, online retailer Amazon.com Inc. is dipping a toe into the waters of banking. Now, a Prime Membership with Amazon won’t just get you streaming movies and discounts on... read more
How Brexit Impacts Banks at Home and Abroad

How Brexit Impacts Banks at Home and Abroad

In the weeks since the Brexit vote, the global financial community has been trying to determine to the ramifications of the vote results to banking institutions worldwide. Many of our questions will only be answered with time and the actions of the UK government... read more
Banking with the Elderly

Banking with the Elderly

The oldest of the baby boomers are 70 this year, and will continue to dominate the banking market. As of 2015, there are about 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 years of age every day in the U.S, and by the year 2050 current estimates place 1 in 5 Americans over the age... read more
Teaching Kids About Banking

Teaching Kids About Banking

One of the most important areas of being a successful adult is an understanding of finances, banking, and economics. Unfortunately, it is one of the weakest areas of information taught in schools and homes these days. Setting children up with fiscal knowledge and... read more