Each stage of life - youth, middle age, retirement - comes with its own set of financial concerns. Luckily, just by having a better understanding of the Social Security program you should be able to calm some of those concerns.
GeoVista Credit Union will hold a workshop entitled "Investing For Your Retirement," conducted by Justin McCartney, investment advisor with CFS, on Oct. 20 at 6 p.m.
Former Ford administration senior economic advisor and Reform Party vice-presidential candidate Dr. Pat Choate will unveil a non-partisan alternative to the $700 billion Wall Street bailout package during a midday news conference in Savannah for John Stone for Congress on Oct. 17.
ATLANTA - State Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond announced Tuesday that the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) has implemented an alternative work schedule (AWS) that shifts department staff to 10-hour work days. The AWS will expand customer service hours from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Effingham Hospital sponsored Effingham Hospital Sports Medicine Night at Rebel Field on Sept. 26, just before the football game between South Effingham High School and Effingham County High School.
Father and son Steven and Tim Coleman and other family members help cut the ribbon for the Route 21 Cafe in the Goshen Commerical Park.
ATLANTA - The U.S. Small Business Administration is seeking nominations for the 2009 Georgia Small Business Person of the Year as well as its Small Business Champion awards.
Being at the whim of the financial markets is never easy. Six months ago, your portfolio maybe was sailing smoothly along, but today; it may feel like it is under water. Although there is no way to control what the markets are going to do, you can take steps to protect your portfolio against investing mistakes that can undermine performance and rob you of healthy returns. The most important day in the life of your portfolio is the day you cash it in, because ever other day is just another day in the market.
Moore Hallmark, regional executive director for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, will be the keynote speaker at the Effingham County Chamber's membership breakfast on Oct. 8. The breakfast will be held at First Baptist Church-Rincon (Memorial Chapel) at 7:30 a.m.
As part of its Small Business Success Series, the Effingham County Chamber of Commerce is partnering with representatives of the University of Georgia and Georgia Southern University Small Business Development Centers to bring a Quick Books seminar to local businesses in Effingham County.
BauerFinanical Inc. of Coral Gables, Fla., announced that Citizens Bank of Effingham has earned its highest 5-Star Superior rating for financial strength and stability.
South Effingham trainer Chase Grant gets the keys to a new John Deere Gator from Effingham Hospital Board of Trustees member Richard Rafter, right, and hospital CEO Norma Jean Morgan, left. The hospital gave each school's training staff a set of new wheels before the start of Friday night's game between the two rivals.
You've heard the saying, "Vote early and vote often." That might be an old joke, but there's a similar saying you should take very seriously - "Save early and save often." Unfortunately, it's a phrase not everyone knows or puts into practice.
Effingham Health System hosted physicians, health care organization representatives and health information technology experts June 25 during a Rural Physician Bus Tour, an event designed to provide information and technical assistance on the Meaningful Use Attestation process.
Effingham Health System Chief Executive Officer Norma Jean Morgan recently was re-elected to the Georgia Health Care Association board of directors at the summer board meeting.