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We provide high-touch service and a one-on-one commitment you won't find anywhere else. As highly experienced professionals, we understand your entire financial picture and deliver fully integrated financial solutions with your best interest at heart. 

Better Together

Welcome, everyone, to the United Community Bank family. To learn more about what this means to you, we’ve compiled several helpful resources and FAQs. You can also contact your client advisor with any questions you may have.

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Going From Two Incomes to One

Whether it’s due to one partner staying home to raise the kids or due to a job loss, households transitioning from two incomes to one may face a large financial challenge. Whether living on one income is your dream come true or a circumstance you hope to avoid, it helps to be prepared and think through your options. Here are seven things to consider...
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Tips to Help Aging Parents Manage Their Finances

Family discussions surrounding money and finances can often be awkward. And for adult children, having these conversations can be especially difficult with aging parents. You might be seeing a decline in your loved one’s health and/or cognitive abilities that could be impacting their ability to manage money. 
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Becoming a Consultant in Retirement

Whether it’s to bring in extra income or to impart your knowledge to the next generation, becoming a consultant can be a great way to transition into retirement. And you’re in good company. Those ages 50 and older are the fastest growing segment of entrepreneurs.* Here are some tips to help you ease into making the switch.
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