So you’ve done your taxes. And if you haven’t, don’t worry, this year you have until Tuesday, April 18. But if you’re expecting a refund, we have some tips on smart ways to spend it. Continue reading
At some point in your life you may find yourself in a situation when it’s time to change where you bank. Some of those reasons could be positive such as relocating for a better career opportunity. Other times it could be a negative factor such as having a misunderstanding with your current bank. How do you know when it’s time to stay or go? Continue reading
Manage your money quickly, easily and securely any time of the day or night with Community Banks of Colorado Online Banking!
Download, discover, and enjoy our accessible, helpful tools that our Hillcrest Mobile app has to offer for all of your banking needs! Continue reading
Landing that first job means having a regular influx of cash, but steady work alone doesn’t guarantee financial health. Here’s how to build the foundation for lifetime financial security. Continue reading
Should I get a business credit card for my business?
From startups to established companies, business credit cards can provide many benefits to any company, from building business credit to normalizing your company’s cash flow and earning rewards. Continue reading
A personal budget is an extremely useful tool if you are struggling to get a handle on your finances. Creating a budget can help anyone decide how to spend their money, plan for their future, pay off existing debts, prepare for any unexpected events, and save a portion of their money every month. Continue reading
A new year brings a chance to start fresh with just about anything. If your midnight toast includes a resolution to improve your financial health, here’s how to make it happen. Continue reading
Treasury Management services are designed to help business clients improve processing of business receivables, optimize payment options, manage use of funds, while mitigating risk and maintaining visibility of banking activities. Treasury Management services are principally broken into 5 parts: receivables, payables, fraud, information, and liquidity management. Continue reading