At MAX, we're all about helping you find smart ways to keep money in your pockets. Check out our tips and clever ways to save your coins during Alabama's tenth Back-To-School tax holiday weekend.
You’ve experienced smarter banking. MAX continues to work hard to provide our customers with the smartest banking experience available. That dedication is paying off.
Welcome to Central Alabama! If you’ve just moved here, you’ve come at a great time. From outdoor recreation and sports to the state theatre and historic sites that hosted world-changing events, there’s plenty to do and something to fit almost any interest. Here are just a few of our favorite experiences.
We are excited to announce MAX’s CEO, Greg McClellan, was chosen as the CEO of the Year for credit unions over $250 million in assets by the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU).
Our state is blessed with some of the most diverse natural beauty in the country, and there’s no better time than now to get outside and enjoy all that Mother Nature offers. Here are a few favorite spots for outdoor recreation that are a little off the beaten path.
Are you ready to hit the housing market? Diving into the mortgage process is a big financial step, so how do you know you're heading in the right direction?
For many first-time homebuyers, exploring the mortgage process commonly raises more questions than answers. The knowledgeable mortgage originators at MAX can provide you with all the answers you need.
Soon, seniors everywhere will be donning their caps and gowns and accepting their high school diplomas. It’s high-school graduation season, and that means high-school graduation gifts. If you’ve got a soon-to-be graduate in your life, check out this list of creative gift ideas that will mean more and cost less.
The MAX4Kids Foundation® donated $25,000 in scholarships to ten highly accomplished, college-bound students.
As the school year nears an end, parents everywhere are looking for the perfect teacher gift. Long gone are the days of simply leaving a shiny red apple on his or her desk. While teachers are grateful for any token of appreciation, just like the rest of us, they don’t need more random “stuff.” Here are a few ways to say “thanks” that will definitely earn you an A+ and won’t bust your budget.
We’ve all heard about the lady who goes to the grocery store and leaves with $100 worth of food while only paying $5 thanks to her couponing skills. (We’ve all stood behind this lady in line for 20 minutes, too!) It sounds great, and sometimes it is. But “extreme couponing” can come with some pitfalls.
Buying in bulk can save you a bundle of cash when executed correctly. But if you buy things you don’t need or use, you’ve wasted money nonetheless. Check out our smart tips for buying bulk.
Pretty soon, diplomas will be accepted, and caps will sail through the air as high school seniors complete their journey and graduate. They have learned so much. But there's still one important life lesson they may not know: How to live on a budget. Before your teen leaves home, teach them this valuable skill. It will save you both a lot of headaches.
Since 2009, BigHouse has hosted a Swimsuit and Towel Drive to collect new swimsuits and new towels for children in foster care.
Preparing your taxes is probably something you look forward to almost as much as going to the dentist. But you can make the process easier and protect yourself from possible mistakes (and the fines that come with them) by keeping detailed records and holding onto the proper paperwork.
Searching for a fun, affordable getaway for your family this Spring Break? Look no farther than one of Alabama’s 22 state parks.
There’s nothing fun about being sick or dealing with a chronic health condition, and the staggering medical bills that can come with both only make things worse. But did you know that in some cases, healthcare costs can be deducted from your taxes?
If you brought a new baby home last year, consider these things as you prepare your taxes.
Expecting a tax refund this year? Know what you are going to do with it? To save or to spend, that is always the question.
Before you blow it on a purchase you'll probably regret in a few months, take a moment to read this list of smart ways to make the most of your refund money.
There are many benefits to smarter banking with MAX, including reaching your dreams. Rebecca Cornwell moved back to Montgomery from Boston, and had visions of owning her dream: a downtown loft.
MAX is sponsoring an on-site document destruction event in an effort to help consumers prevent identity theft.
The free event will be held on Friday, April 24, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Garrett Coliseum parking lot at 1555 Federal Drive in Montgomery.
Buying local produce is beneficial for your health, the environment and your wallet. But what’s even better than shopping farmer's markets? Growing your own fruits, veggies and herbs. Start your garden planning now for a bountiful harvest come spring and summer. Here are a few tips.
The glow and warmth of a roaring fire add romance to any occasion. Take a weekend to build a fire pit in your backyard, and you and your sweetie can cozy up next to it all winter long.
When the temperatures drop, it's tempting to just crank up the thermostat, but running your home's heater on high can really increase your utility bill. Try these tips to stay cozy while keeping energy costs in your comfort zone.
Tis the season for love. Extend that sentiment to your car by forgoing a trip to the mechanic and showing it some tender, loving DIY care. With a few tools and a little time and patience, you can perform these basic tasks in your own garage and put the brakes on accelerating car maintenance costs.
Will she or won’t she? You never know until you ask! But before you plan an expensive evening out, check out our list of budget-friendly marriage proposal ideas that have all the romance you need for a memorable moment and almost ensure an affirmative answer.
Do your kids love crafts? Try these easy ideas to help them create extra-special homemade Valentines and decorations that are truly from the heart.
This Valentine’s Day, think beyond your significant other, and spread the love to your neighbors and your community. Here are just a few ideas for gifts and activities that give back.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, many minds turn to thoughts of love — and marriage. If you're planning to pop the big question, brush up on your diamond IQ before you start shopping for an engagement ring to ensure you make a smart choice.
Take a look at your household budget. (You do have a budget, right?). There’s a good chance that your monthly grocery bill is one of your major expenditures. But it doesn’t have to be. Try these strategies to seriously slash your grocery spending.
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