TEXAS GULF BANK BLOG

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W. DUANE SANDEFER APPOINTED SR VICE PRESIDENT, COMMERCIAL LENDER FOR TEXAS GULF BANK, N.A.
June 27, 2016

HOUSTON, TX, JUNE 15, 2016: W. Duane Sandefer has been appointed Senior Vice President, Commercial Lender at Texas Gulf Bank, N.A., MEMBER FDIC, an independently owned and operated bank established in 1913. Duane will office in our CityCentre location, focusing on expanding our commercial client base by offering business loans, as well as deposits and […]

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MIA HINOJOSA APPOINTED VICE PRESIDENT, COMMERCIAL LENDER FOR TEXAS GULF BANK, N.A.
June 27, 2016

HOUSTON, TX, JUNE 27, 2016: Mia Hinojosa has been appointed Vice President, Commercial Lender at Texas Gulf Bank, N.A., MEMBER FDIC, an independently owned and operated bank established in 1913. Mia will office in our Voss location, focusing on expanding our commercial client base by offering business loans, as well as deposits and flexible financial […]

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The Ledger | Second Quarter 2016
June 7, 2016

Three things you should consider when choosing a wealth manager The wealth management industry is highly regulated with several agencies watching over it. However, as with any financial decision, it is smart to be educated when selecting someone to assist you in managing your money. Here are a few questions to ask when selecting a […]

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Three things you should consider when choosing a wealth manager
May 25, 2016

The wealth management industry is highly regulated with several agencies watching over it. However, as with any financial decision it is smart to be educated when selecting someone to assist you in managing your money. Here are a few questions to ask when selecting a wealth manager to help handle the future of your personal […]

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How much should you really have saved in your emergency fund?
May 25, 2016

According to Bankrate.com, almost a third of Americans have no emergency savings. That’s a scary prospect.  Saving can be a challenge for some, as it always seems something is popping up, but the peace of mind that comes from building an emergency fund is worth the extra effort.  So how much should you really try […]

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Four tips for tapping into your IRA’s full potential
April 1, 2016

Make your annual investment early in the year and let compounding work for you. To make the most of your IRA, you should invest the maximum amount allowable as early in the year as you can. An investment every January 1st, rather than waiting until December 31st, can substantially better your results. Source: *Bankrate  *BankRate.com® is a […]

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HSA vs. FSA: How to Choose the Right Pre-Tax Account to Offer Your Employees
March 13, 2016

Rising healthcare and insurance costs increasingly burden both businesses and their employees. Utilizing a tax-advantaged medical savings account, like a Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA), can lessen the load. For businesses, providing benefits to your employees to help them mitigate the rising costs of healthcare can be an excellent way to […]

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Early Investments Pay Off Big!
September 29, 2015

Early Investments Pay Off You’re 24, out of school, just starting out or just starting to advance in your career, and steadily paying back your student loans. Maybe you’re thinking about getting married, buying a house and starting a family. Perhaps you’d like to use your annual vacation time and travel; broaden your horizons. You’re […]

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Agency Accounts and Investing
September 22, 2015

If you’re like most Americans, you have a job, a family, and a life that takes up a good percentage of your time and energy throughout the week. You’re great at what you do, but chances are your profession doesn’t involve expertise in investment research, analysis and management. You know that investing provides the potential […]

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Know the Pros and Cons of Home Equity Loans
September 9, 2015

If you need available cash to consolidate credit card debts, to pay for college or a home improvement project, or perhaps you just want to take that vacation you always dreamed about, then a home equity loan might be right for you. However, before you sign on the dotted line, take a look at some […]

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