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Keeping Personal Finance and Money Management Simple and Easy
MySmallBank understands that we cannot all be financial gurus nor do we have the time and patients to read through long and sometimes complicated articles.
Instead Mysmallbank.com wants to keep our financial information simple and honest and allow you, the reader to pick and choose which advice works best for you.
MySmallBank knows that there is never a single financial method to follow and respects that everyone is in a different position and situation with regard to their finances. Hopefully our advice helps our readers improve their understanding of managing finance and reach their goals.
In review: We find a credit union and write a brief review to help readers learn more about a community bank in their area.
Stocks to Buy:
Stocks to buy: We find a community bank that is listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ and do a basic review of the stock.
Budget Planner: These are articles written to help readers learn to better plan and budget their finances. This can include, money tips and suggestions to help save money and build wealth.
My Success is a section of Mysmallbank.com that is focused on providing personal finance articles and videos relevant to young adults.
Being Frugal does not mean your cheap. To be frugal means you want avoid wasting your money on unnecessary things that you do not need. In this section we write articles about saving money and also reducing waste to save our environment.
Meet The Team
Allan R Kirby
Allan has graduated from several universities in Economics, Computer Science, Business Administration and General Studies as well as a college graduate in Management. Allan has over 20 years experience in accounting, data processing and dissemination, data analytics, IT project management, client relations, service delivery and strategic planning.
Allan writes personal finance content through Mysmallbank.com and social media that is realistic and helps to empower people to become better with their finances. Meaning he does not assume success is given, does not highlight mistakes or try to create guilt with his readers, nor does he try not to oversimplify investing and rates of return. Most importantly he does his homework, understands the importance of basic research and leverages his many years of corporate and personal experience.
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Dr. Allan Kirby