Financial Education Center

Handling Market Volatility

Conventional wisdom says that what goes up must come down. But even if you view market volatility as a normal occurrence, it can be tough to handle when your money is at stake. Though there's no foolproof way to handle the ups and downs of the stock market, the following coping strategies may help.

Father-Son Duo Tackles Efficiency Remotely

With the increase in optimization software, many businesses are turning to the assistance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help automate processes and maximize efficiencies. One such father-son business, Inspira.AI, helps owners and leaders monitor how much time at work employees really spend on work as well as help coach employees who may struggle to stay focused.

Feeling the Effects of Holiday Spending? It’s Time to Get Back on Track!

Are you feeling the effects of your holiday spending? You’re not alone. In fact, a new study shows that 37% of consumers will spend two or more months paying off debt from the holiday season. With added expenses to account for now, this brings developing a plan to pay off holiday debts and staying current on your other bills to the forefront.

Asset Allocation and the Benefits of Diversification

When discussing investing, there are two basic concepts that will get discussed a great deal and are significant to long term success – diversification and asset allocation. Your asset allocation should balance your financial goals with your emotional needs. If the way your money is invested, makes you uncomfortable, you may need to rethink your investing goals.

AI and Your Brand: A Journey from "What's That?" to "Wow, That's Incredible!"

Are you ready to dip your toes into the vast ocean of Artificial Intelligence (AI) without feeling like you're drowning in tech jargon? We’ve got you covered! Let's demystify AI and turn it from a head-scratcher into your brand's secret weapon.

First Bank Invests in Future Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs with Girls Inc.

In partnership with First Bank, Girls Inc. St. Louis is launching the Girls Inc. Entrepreneurship and Business Academy (GEBA) focused on exposing young women, primarily of color, in grades 8 through 12 to business and entrepreneurial professionals, curriculum and opportunities. Learn more about First Bank's partnership with Girls Inc.