H&R Block is one of the world's largest tax services providers, utilizing more than 100,000 highly trained tax professionals and having prepared more than 550 million tax returns worldwide since 1955.
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It all began in 1902. The place was Louisville, Georgia. It was then and there that the First National Bank and Trust Company established itself as an independent bank with a strong commitment to customer appreciation and community involvement.
In 2006, they changed their name to Queensborough National Bank & Trust Company. As they expanded their branch offices into neighboring Georgia Counties, they encountered too many other banks with similar names which, in turn, only caused confusion among many of their customers. Therefore, they decided to adopt the name of their parent company – Queensborough – a unique name for a unique bank.
Since their founding in 1960, SRP Federal Credit Union has been dedicated to their members. The members are the heart of the credit union and the sole purpose for their existence. Today they serve as the financial institution for over 95,000 members; they continue to provide sound savings programs, interest-earning checking accounts, competitive loan options, and a variety of other convenient services tailored to fit their members' needs.
SRP Federal Credit Union's purpose is to help members enjoy a good lifestyle by providing them with a positive incentive to save and build financial stability for today and for the future; they lend them money to help them acquire what is needed to make their dreams come true. They offer their members products and services of a high quality; therefore, their members have developed an appreciation and trust for their credit union. Members can easily access their accounts and control their funds in a variety of styles, including PC TYME secure Internet access, automatic deposit, TYME Line, automatic payment to loans, as well as through their many branch offices. SRP Federal Credit Unions are located in Georgia and South Carolina.
In 1852 Henry Wells and William Fargo founded Wells, Fargo & Co. to serve the West. The new company offered banking (buying gold, and selling paper bank drafts as good as gold) - and express (rapid delivery of the gold and anything else valuable).
Wells Fargo opened for business in the gold rush port of San Francisco, and soon Wells Fargo’s agents opened offices in the other new cities and mining camps of the West. In the boom and bust economy of the 1850s, Wells Fargo earned a reputation of trust by dealing rapidly and responsibly with people’s money. In the 1860s, it earned everlasting fame - and its corporate symbol - with the grand adventure of the overland stagecoach line.