The Heritage Bank announced recently that it will open its latest full-service branch office on Stephenson Avenue in Savannah. The bank also announced that Jamie Chisolm of Savannah has joined Heritage as the Chatham market executive. Chisolm and his Savannah team are opening the new Stephenson Avenue office.
Ben Franklin once said, "In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes." That might be true, but Ben wasn't able to open an IRA back then. If he had this option, he might have felt a little more lighthearted about paying the taxman. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are great for people looking to save money on their tax bill and boost their retirement savings at the same time.
The board of directors of First Chatham Bank has promoted Jason R. Malick to assistant vice president for First Chatham Bank and its banking divisions.
Robert Baugniet, director of corporate communications will be the keynote speaker at the Effingham Chamber of Commerce's Sept. 10 membership breakfast and will give an overview of Gulfstream's 50 years of aviation excellence.
Going to school just got sweeter for high school seniors at more than 40 schools in 20 Georgia counties because of the Drive for Perfection program. Drive for Perfection, an initiative presented by local Savannah Chevy dealers, including Fuller Chevrolet in Rincon, in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Education, will award two lucky students with a new 2009 Chevy Cobalt sedan for having perfect attendance during the 2008-09 school year.
Dr. Trent Stone joined Spine and Sport after relocating to Savannah from Baltimore, Md., where he has practiced for the past two years.
These days it's common to find women who balance family life with active careers. That's why it's important for working women to take an active role in planning for retirement.
The Armstrong Center for Professional and Continuing Education will offer a course in project management basics.
Spine & Sport welcomes Dr. Rachel Spivey and Dr. Adrianne Kuch to the team. Both are new physical therapists at Spine & Sport.
Depositors with more than $100,000 no longer have to go to different banks to be covered by federal deposit insurance.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor reported that the state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 6.2 percent in July, up six-tenths of one percent from 5.6 percent in June. The July rate was the highest recorded since March of 1993.
You've cleaned out your desk and said goodbye to your coworkers. Now you're eager to start that new job you've accepted. But aren't you forgetting something? What about the assets you have in your employer-sponsored retirement plan account?
O'Reilly Auto Parts has announced the opening of their store in Rincon. The store is located at 214 N. Columbia Ave.
Would you take your car to a mechanic whose car breaks down all the time? Would you go see a doctor who is constantly sick? Would you use a hairstylist that has a bad haircut? Then why would you use a financial advisor who doesn't make good financial decisions in her or her own life?
For a short time, Effingham County's newest industry will be setting up shop in the Chamber of Commerce and Industrial Development Authority building.
Dr. Joseph Ratchford has been named chief medical officer for Effingham Health System. Dr. Ratchford will provide clinical guidance over the hospital's continuing mission to offer excellence in health care for greater Effingham area residents.
The Effingham Chamber of Commerce welcomed Family Table Restaurant with a ribbon cutting.
Effingham County Industrial Development Authority members have decided not to allow a training school to set up in the old Doncasters building - but they will try to help the group find a suitable new home.
The Georgia Department of Agriculture has unveiled the second issue of the Georgia Grown magazine at the 36th annual Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition. The 132-page magazine is a comprehensive guide to Georgia's farms, forests, food and exports, and serves as a synopsis for state legislators, business leaders and consumers about the impact of agriculture on the state's economy.
Gov. Nathan Deal has announced that Shrivallabh Pittie Group, a leading textile manufacturer in India, will build its first U.S.-based manufacturing facility near Sylvania, creating 250 jobs and investing $70 million.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor announced that 34,293 laid-off workers filed first-time claims for unemployment insurance benefits in September, down by 1,210, or 3.4 percent, from August when 35,503 claims were filed.
Beginning May 21, 2014, all commercial motor vehicle drivers will be required to have their DOT physicals and associated medical certificates issued by a certified medical examiner. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act developed the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners to enhance the oversight of interstate drivers through the requirements listed under Section 391.41.