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How the New Tax Reform Bill Will Affect Businesses

Yes, it may have been born thanks to the bickering of politicians. But today, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is impacting employers and employees all over America. Its supporters claim it will lower taxes on businesses and individual taxpayers, as well as, make tax filing simpler and easier. The end result of all that, they say, means a boost in business growth and personal spending. Is that the case? Time will tell. One of the most immediate results of this tax reform? Additional cash in personal paychecks. Starting in February,… Read More >

Jun. 4 2018 | Posted in General News

7 Worthwhile Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

According to the Internal Revenue Service, more than 70 percent of the nation’s taxpayers received a tax refund averaging nearly $3,000 in 2017 and will get a similar amount this year. As Americans receive their refunds along with additional benefits coming from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December, Pinnacle Bank has highlighted seven tips to help them use the money wisely. “Tax season is the perfect time to hit the reset button on your finances,” said L. Jackson McConnell, Jr., Pinnacle CEO.“Your refund can help put you… Read More >

Jun. 4 2018 | Posted in General News

12 Tips for Protecting Your Mobile Devices

As consumer use of mobile devices continues to climb, cyber criminals are targeting those gadgets more frequently. According to a report by the Federal Reserve, 43 percent of smartphone users say they have used mobile banking in the past 12 months. Pinnacle Bankis highlighting 12 ways consumers can take extra precaution to protect the data on their mobile device. “We use gold-standard safeguards to protect customer information, but it’s also important for users to keep safety measures in place to prevent sensitive data from being compromised,” said L. Jackson McConnell, Jr.,… Read More >

Jun. 4 2018 | Posted in General News

Have you tried our Interactive Teller Machines?

Pinny takes ATMs to a new level ATMs are pretty convenient, but they’re not exactly great at offering a friendly smile. That’s about to change at Pinnacle Bank thanks to our new Interactive Teller Machines or ITMs, also known as Pinny. Our new ITM Pinny offers both convenience and friendly customer service. Pinny makes connecting with a banking professional easier than ever before. She combines the ease of an ATM with the personal and professional service you’ve come to expect from tellers at Pinnacle Bank. Here’s how it works. When… Read More >

May. 29 2018 | Posted in General News

Fight ID Fraud Online

Nearly three decades after the internet was introduced, the web continues to transform the lives of many users, revolutionizing the way consumers shop, pay bills, and transfer money online. As these advancements make common tasks hassle-free, consumers are urged to take extra precautions, allowing them to navigate the web safely and avoid online crime. Here are eight ways you can safeguard your information and navigate the web safely: Keep your computers and mobile devices up to date. Having the latest security software, web browser, and operating system are the best defenses against viruses, malware,… Read More >

Apr. 13 2018 | Posted in General News

8 Tips to Help Prevent Crime at ATMs

There are more than 400,000 ATMs in the United States. At Pinnacle Bank, we do everything possible to keep our customers safe, especially when they are using one of our ATMs. Pinnacle Bank takes a number of precautions to ensure that our customers have a safe environment including everything from installing surveillance cameras and lighting to setting withdrawal limits, but there is no substitute for good, cautious behavior on the part of the customer. Please follow these eight safety tips when using any ATM: Keep your PIN number a secret. Never write it down or… Read More >

Apr. 13 2018 | Posted in General News

6 Tips for Financial Spring Cleaning

As Americans kick off the spring season by cleaning, sorting and tidying up around the house, Pinnacle Bank is encouraging consumers to add financial organization to their spring cleaning to-do list. To help, we have highlighted six tips for organizing your financial house: Review your budget. A lot can change in a year. If you’ve been promoted, had a child, or become a new homeowner or renter, be sure to update your budget. Determine what expenses demand the most money and identify areas where you can realistically cut back. Develop… Read More >

Apr. 13 2018 | Posted in General News

Important Upgrade News

Keeping your information and connection secure is our top priority. With that in mind, we are enabling a security protocol that could impact your access to Online Banking. If you have the most up-to-date version of your browser (Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera), there should be no issues. However, if you have the latest version and are still unable to access your Pinnacle Bank accounts, it may require downloading your preferred browser again. This security protocol will be implemented April 9, 2018. Click here for more information Thank you for… Read More >

Mar. 30 2018 | Posted in General News

Is It Really The IRS Contacting You?

Is It Really The IRS Contacting You? From the Internal Revenue Service Scammers impersonating IRS officials are a growing issue. It is happening in person, over the phone, and via email. Your best defense is being informed and knowing the IRS protocol for contacting taxpayers. The IRS initiates most contact through regular mail. Taxpayers generally receive several notices/letters before they are called or visited. The IRS does not: Call to demand immediate payment Demand that you pay taxes without question or appeal Threaten to contact local police, immigration officers or… Read More >

Mar. 21 2018 | Posted in General News

Don’t Mingle Small-Business & Personal Banking

Don’t Mingle Small-Business & Personal Banking From an original article by Jay DesMarteau, Entrepreneur If you’re starting a business, especially a sole proprietorship, you may be tempted to use your personal checking account as your business account as well. According to a 2015 TD Bank survey of small business owners, 56 percent use a checking account for both business and personal finances, and 53 use a credit card similarly. It may seem convenient, but it could have serious consequences down the road. Also, you could be missing out on benefits… Read More >

Mar. 12 2018 | Posted in General News