You've probably heard it said that all banks offer pretty much the same services and products, so it doesn't matter which one you choose, right? Wrong. Not every bank is created equal. The truth is, not all banks are the same and it’s important to find a bank that listens and meets your needs and expectations.
Are you curious about local community banks in Alabama and what they can offer you? For many, turning to a local community bank, like Bank Independent, instead of a large national institution is more than just a savvy banking decision, it's an opportunity to make an impact in your own community.
You and your fiancé are so excited to plan your wedding! But where do you start? As you begin to budget and save for your big day, don't forget these essential tips.
You're a business owner. You know the importance of banking with a local institution that understands your needs.
Bank Independent Fall 2022 Interns (left to right): Javia Warner, Anna Stokes, and Tabitha Thomas
Tabitha Thomas is a marketing student at the University of North Alabama. She is a senior and is set to graduate in May 2023. Tabitha recently completed an internship in the marketing department at Bank Independent. She is originally from Huntsville, Alabama. Throughout her college career, Tabitha has demonstrated a strong passion for marketing and has gained valuable experience through her internship. She is excited to graduate and begin her career in the field.
Sheffield, Ala. – Tuesday, November 1, 2022 – Bank Independent will kick off its twelfth annual Toy Share drive on November 10th for area children. Between November 10 and December 2, the Bank will accept donations of new, unwrapped toys at any Bank Independent location, and offer two “less hands on” ways to lend a helping hand. Toy Share can accept monetary donations through PayPal and through an Amazon shopping “Wishlist.” All items will be distributed to local children in need through partner organizations across North Alabama.
Like it or not, the banking industry is a big business. But as a customer, you have the power to make a real difference by banking with a local institution.
Here are just a few reasons why keeping your money close to home makes a big difference:
Every week, thousands of job openings are posted to online job boards and social media sites. With this influx of opportunities, it is best to understand not all listings are done in good faith. There are individuals and groups who understand the value of information acquired from job applications. Names, addresses, and emails are only a few pieces of personal identification that have become extremely valuable within the last several years. This article is not to discourage you from applying to your dream job, but to teach you the signs of job opportunity scams.
Bank Independent honored multiple First Responder groups in the month of April that included donations made to local charities from Bank Independent Team Members.