January 28th is the national recognition of Data Privacy Day. In today’s digital world, we share more data than ever, and we may not even realize it. Data Privacy Day aims to help consumers and businesses alike get involved in their data privacy practices, and play an active role in protecting their information from malicious sources. Here’s what...
Paying with cash is no longer a common occurrence and checks are becoming a thing of the past. Consumers rely on credit and debit cards to make most payments.
Recent technological financial developments have spawned the creation of cryptocurrency. Bitcoin is the most popular type and most promising replacement for traditional currency.
On May 24, 2018, President Trump signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act into law. The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) advocated for its passage, saying that this would help Main Street communities across the nation by assisting with consumer access to business and credit lending. With this law,...
From phones with cords and awkward PDAs to smart home tech that connects your phone, fridge, thermostat, oven, and even the locks at the front door, we’ve come a long way. Ten years ago, everyone was clamoring for a smartphone - fast forward to 2018 and everyone has smartphones; the new hot commodity is smart homes.
A new law could make mortgage qualification easier.
On March 14, the US Senate passed a bill aimed at rolling back regulations from the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010. The nation faced a mortgage crisis nearly 10 years ago, prompting the creation of the Dodd-Frank regulations. Currently, the US House of Representatives is considering the bill, which...
April is Fair Housing Month, and this month is of particular import because it marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Fair Housing Act. The Fair Housing Act is a vital piece of legislation that helps to protect the civil rights of groups that are discriminated against while seeking housing.
Meltdown and Spectre are two major flaws in computer processors that leak sensitive data and passwords. These bugs could be exploited by cyber criminals to steal your sensitive data.
These flaws have existed in modern processors for 20 years, but it was recently discovered that virtually all computers and mobile devices are affected by the bugs.
The holidays are filled with food, family, and gift-giving. When adults ask children what Santa is bringing them, it’s normal for children to spend much of the time thinking about gifts. They realize it’s fun both to give and to receive, but they may not realize how quickly the season’s expenses add up. This year, why not use the holidays to...
CBC Joins JAX Chamber Trustee Program
CBC currently has an Small Business Lending (SBA) & Payroll Processing Divisions in Jacksonville, FL. CBC shares in the chambers vision of Driving Economic Growth in Northeast Florida. More info about CBC's SBA Program: http://hubs.ly/H065PGm0
CBC Ranked 3rd Highest Customer-Rated Mortgage Lender in First Quarter by LendingTree
Online loan marketplace LendingTree said its rankings feature top lenders in multiple loan product categories, including mortgages, personal loans, business loans, and auto loans. CBC National Bank earned the 3rd highest ranking in the mortgage category.