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Cornerstone Bank and the Impact of COVID-19

To ensure the health and safety of our customers and employees with regard to the Coronavirus, effective Friday, March 20th, Cornerstone Bank will temporarily be handling banking transactions through the drive-thru only until further notice.
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An Update from Cornerstone Bank CEO Charlie Cross about COVID-19

You might be asking yourself, how is my bank prepared to handle the COVID-19 Pandemic and is my money safe during these unprecedented times? Thus, I wanted to reach out to you personally to help you understand what our bank is doing to protect you.
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Getting through COVID-19

At Cornerstone Bank, the safety of our customers, employees, and communities we serve is our top priority. Because of this, we are closely monitoring the latest reports from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and have taken a number of extensive steps to ensure your health and safety...
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Your Credit Score: A Key to Financing Opportunities

In the financial world, establishing a good credit score is what gives us access to financing opportunities. When's a better time to brush up on your credit score knowledge than National Credit Education Month? Keep reading to learn more about what a credit score does for you.
 

What is APY?

So, you've seen it everywhere, but you're not exactly sure what APY means. APY is one of the more popular terms to understand when it comes to banking and how your money grows. Read more to get a quick overview on what APY means for you.

Three Signs It's Time to Break Up with Your Checking Account

Break ups are never easy. But leaving your old checking account behind won’t be as hard as you think. Keep reading for three reason why your checking account might not be the one for you.

Financial Resolutions You Should Have in 2020!

Making New Year’s resolutions can be overwhelming, time consuming, and feel unattainable, but they don’t always have to be that way. By setting clear goals and determining the steps you need to take to achieve them, you’ll be more likely to follow through. To accomplish your financial goals in 2020, try these three, simple resolutions....