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This library contains articles written by Seaside bankers addressing some of the questions and topics most commonly asked by you, our clients. Please visit the library on a regular basis, as we will continually be adding articles of interest. If you have questions about the library, please contact us.

Safe & Sound

Posted on March 18, 2013 by Gideon Haymaker
Topic: Safety & Soundness

If one regularly reads the mainstream business press, the natural tendency to peg broad and complicated issues into catch phrases becomes quickly evident.  In banking, catch phrases such as “too big to fail,” “Dodd-Frank,” or “ The Basel Accords” are good examples of legislative and regulatory responses to another catch phrase: “The Great Recession.” It… Read More

Shedding Light on Retirement Plan Fees

Posted on by Stuart Scott
Topic: Retirement Planning

If you participate in a voluntary retirement savings plan at work (such as a 401(k) plan) your [next/most recent] account statement may provide more information than your previous statements did. New Department of Labor regulations prompted the change. They require that retirement plan sponsors provide fuller disclosure about fees and investment performance to plan participants…. Read More

Seaside’s Culture

Posted on by Gideon Haymaker
Topic: Seaside's Corporate Culture

At the beginning of the novel Anna Karenina, written in 1877 by Russian author Leo Tolstoy, he said “All happy families resemble one another, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”  Over a century later this quote is still valid and equally true for modern-day businesses.  Corporations only exist on paper; it is… Read More