Profile: Amanda Tomlinson
Q: When did you decide to become a banker
When I started with Commerce in January 2004, I was a full-time student looking for a part-time job that could accommodate my class schedule. I never imagined that I would still be here 13 years later. I learned early on that I enjoy working with people. As a banker in a branch, I was able to interact with customers and help them solve problems; from simple transactions to finding solutions to help them accomplish long-term financial goals.
I view a customer’s financial picture as a puzzle and I enjoy getting to know them to find solutions that help them accomplish their goals. As I have advanced in my career, my focus has shifted from interacting with our customers to interacting with bankers. I work…
Buy, Refi, or Wait? Tips for Making a Decision
Smart Solutions • March 2015
Mortgage rates are the lowest they’ve been in more than a year and a half. And that’s causing many people to jump off the fence and into a mortgage purchase or refinance. But is it the right move for you
In this issue of Smart Solutions, we’ll help you decide by exploring the common issues homeowners face when making this important financial decision. We’ll also break down considerations for home equity borrowing, so you can determine if now is the right time to take advantage of a home equity line of credit.
And remember, if you have any questions, Commerce Bank is always standing by to help you with your banking needs.
Rate Update: Should I buy, refi, or wait?
At press time, the average rate on a…
The Food Bank receives donation from Commerce Bank
Commerce Bank in Hannibal recently donated $250 to The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri to benefit residents in Marion County. Because of
Top 10 considerations when choosing your new neighborhood
Take these 10 features to heart when narrowing down your list of new homes.
How Much Vehicle Can I Afford?
Experts suggest that you should not allocate more than 20% of your take-home pay towards monthly auto payments. The down payment, interest rate, and term of your loan will also determine how much you can afford to buy. Use this calculator to help determine how much you might be able to spend on an automobile
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