You can compare maximum three products at a time. Please adjust the selection accordingly.
You can only compare three products at a time. Unselect an account or use clear all to start over.
Choose Your State
Rates and products offered may differ from state to state. To see the rate and offering available to you, please select the state where you bank. (Your privacy is important to us—see our Privacy Notice).
Make more informed decisions about your money with insights shared by our advisors. Building on their years of experience with wealth planning, they’ll help you understand the science and psychology behind decision-making.
When planning for retirement, there is a lot to consider. The retirement planning equation is like an algebra problem; there are known variables and unknown variables. The known variables are the things we can control, and the unknown variables are the things we can’t control. Join advisor Stephen Magana as he navigates through these variables to explore what you could be doing to take control of your retirement.
Planning for retirement can seem overwhelming, but breaking it down into smaller components could help get you started in the right direction. Join advisor Bo Jenkins as he outlines steps you could be taking to help make planning for retirement more manageable.
Anchoring is psychological bias that marketers use to influence how consumers make financial decisions. In a nutshell, anchoring is the tendency to make a decision by placing an emphasis on the first bit of information you receive. Join Brian Cunning, CFP® as he dives into this concept to uncover ways anchoring may be impacting your financial life.
STATUS QUO BIAS
There is a subtle tendency within all of us to resist change and stick to the status quo. This behavior can manifest itself in a number of ways, including how we make financial decisions. Join Devan Wyson, Advisor, CFP® MSFS, as he discusses ways you can challenge the status quo by not settling for the sake of familiarity, especially when it comes to your money.
It doesn't have to end here.
Get back to the things that really matter – your family, your friends, and the activities that bring you the greatest fulfillment. Invest in life’s most valuable commodity – your time.