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Increase Your Business’s Efficiency With Mobile Banking
July 12, 2018

Smart phone technology has greatly simplified routine business activity through the use of mobile banking, providing access to company accounts using a smart phone to connect with Texas Gulf Bank. Below is a list of conveniences available through mobile banking: Deposit Checks With mobile deposit, you can deposit checks anytime, anywhere from your smartphone. Simply take […]

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Expand into Global Markets with an SBA International Trade Loan
April 18, 2018

According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), “Small businesses now constitute 34% of our nation’s total export dollars, and make-up about 97.8% of all exporters.” With more than 95% of consumers living outside of the US, it makes good business sense to capitalize on external markets — and it’s clear that plenty of small businesses […]

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Get Started on your Estate Plan: Essential Info & First Steps
April 18, 2018

Do you ever get that running loop in your head about end of life planning?  You know you need to get started, but with an overwhelming list of “essentials” and a plethora of “must do” suggestions on the internet, it’s hard to know where to start.  A lot of the tasks have legalese-sounding names and […]

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Protect Yourself At The Pump
March 9, 2018

While more businesses have chip-enabled card readers inside, many gas pumps are not yet equipped with them. This  leaves consumers easy prey to card skimming. At Texas Gulf Bank, your financial security is our number one concern. Below is an article, courtesy of Texas Bankers Association from their March Magazine, that provides tips on how […]

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How To Decide Which Personal Checking Account Is Right For You
January 31, 2018

Choosing a bank account is an important step in reaching your personal financial goals. The best account is the account that aligns with your objectives and your monetary needs.     A personal checking account is used for day-to-day banking, including depositing your paycheck, withdrawing cash and paying bills. It offers multiple ways to access your […]

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Understanding What Makes Equipment Loans Different
October 9, 2017

What exactly is an equipment loan, and how is it different from applying for other commercial loans? We asked Brandon Reyes, Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer, to break things down for us. Equipment loans help companies purchase specific assets that are an integral part to that business’s day-to-day functions. Examples of such assets include a […]

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The Ledger | Third Quarter 2017
October 6, 2017

How to Refinance Your Mortgage Refinancing a mortgage means paying off an existing loan and replacing it with a new one. There are several reasons you may consider refinancing your mortgage. The most common reasons include the opportunity to obtain a lower interest rate; the chance to shorten the term of the mortgage; the desire […]

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How to Refinance Your Mortgage
October 4, 2017

  Refinancing a mortgage means paying off an existing loan and replacing it with a new one. There are several reasons you may consider refinancing your mortgage. The most common reasons include the opportunity to obtain a lower interest rate; the chance to shorten the term of the mortgage; the desire to convert from an […]

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What is a safe deposit box and why should you use one?
August 9, 2017

If you have important valuables and documents that you don’t feel comfortable leaving around the house, consider renting a safe deposit box. Located in vaults at Texas Gulf Bank locations, safe deposit boxes* are fire and water-resistant.   In addition, they typically offer more security than other available options. Interested in learning more? Here are a […]

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Sharing the Financial Responsibility of College with Your Child
July 26, 2017

In the face of skyrocketing tuition costs, families may be overwhelmed by the financial requirements they are facing.  With the rising costs, it is important parents know that they should not feel obligated to entirely fund a child’s higher education. While it is certainly a worthy investment, it is important to assess your individual financial situation and goals […]

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