Los Angeles, CA – October 24, 2021 –Wayne Malone, ATM and payments industry veteran, has accepted the appointment of company President for FCTI, Inc., a nationwide ATM solutions provider. As President, Malone will leverage his extensive experience to bring renewed growth and energy to the business. “I am delighted to take on this leadership role at FCTI,” said Malone. “This is a team of individuals who are passionate about the roles they play in providing both innovation and service within the ATM… Continue Reading PRESS RELEASE – Wayne Malone Brings Revitalized Leadership & Strategy To FCTI, Inc. As New Company President
Most people have heard the horror stories of credit card debt or gotten themselves into their own nightmare. But credit cards are not inherently evil. Like any tool, it’s all about how you use it.
Fewer than 1/3 of B2B and less than 1/2 of B2C CMOs actually use all of the data marketing analytics has been providing to make critical marketing decisions.
FCTI, Inc. launches 2nd annual white paper analyzing current financial institution targeting and advertising techniques.
Finding ways to cut household costs is often a pain. Usually, it means cutting back on a mixture of standards and enjoyment. Eliminating cable television is a common suggestion, along with eating out less and cutting back on the use of heaters or air conditioners.
Consumer debt in the United States has hit a record high of $4.19 trillion. Over a quarter (26%) of that money is held on credit cards. Around 73% of those funds are tied up in automotive loans, student loans, or mortgages. With numbers like these, it is no wonder over half of Americans (60%) feel burdened by their financial situation.
So, you have started creating a budget plan but are looking for a way to track your spending. And now you are overwhelmed by the world of financial applications all vying for your attention and, of course, a slice of your money. But what if I told you there was a way to avoid connecting your bank and credit card accounts to a third party? You don’t have to give away $3.99 – $20 a month. Nor do you have… Continue Reading HOW TO BUDGET AND EXPENSE TRACK FOR FREE
There are a lot of articles out there talking about Baby Boomers leaving the workforce into retirement. If they are anything like my parents, their (sparkly, new) retirement involves a mixture of 401(k), Social Security, Medicare, and pensions. But the landscape for future generations is significantly different. The opportunities for securing a career with a guaranteed retirement income are rare. Only 17% of private company employees were offered a pension plan in 2018. And experts predict that Social Security will… Continue Reading 4 TIPS TO SAVE FOR RETIREMENT
Your Credit Score is an essential part of your financial identity. It is a crucial factor in determining many pieces of your future, including eligibility for loans or credit cards and effective interest rates. Some apartments and property owners check the credit of their renters before approving occupancy. Perhaps the most essential aspect of a Credit Score is its ability to help you prevent fraud. Knowing how these scores are determined and how to check them regularly allows you to… Continue Reading WHY SHOULD YOU CARE ABOUT YOUR CREDIT SCORE?
Whether you are dealing with massive debt or merely trying to make ends meet, proper money management can be overwhelming. That feeling of drowning? That’s normal. But financial freedom and control is not something achieved in a day. It is a journey that requires time, effort, and commitment.