Articles by Glen McCall

About Glen McCall

Glen McCall leads First United Bank’s Oklahoma City and Edmond Markets and its purpose to inspire and empower others to Spend Life Wisely.

Glen is a graduate of Eckerd College, earning his degree in Business Management and ABA’s Commercial Lending School at SMU.

Glen serves his community through Scouting and Santa Fe Presbyterian Church in Edmond.

Glen resides in Edmond, OK with his wife of 27 years, Tracie, a Special Ed. Teacher, and their 3 sons. His free time is spent at his sons’ football games, band competitions and swim meets.

Professionals on the move

By Glen McCall | May 16, 2023

Summer is often seen as a time for relaxation and vacations, but for many individuals, it is also when they begin searching for a new home. The real estate market tends to heat up as the weather gets warmer and the mortgage demand increases. The summer months see an increased need for mortgages for many reasons.

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Save to play

By Glen McCall | April 18, 2023

Let’s face it. Saving money can be challenging, but it’s such an important aspect of financial management and can provide a sense of security and peace of mind. Whether it’s for emergencies, long-term investments, or just to achieve a particular goal, saving money should be an essential part of your personal finance. In this article, we will explore the importance of saving, including the benefits of saving for summer vacations.

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Tax time doesn’t have to be stressful

By Glen McCall | March 21, 2023

If you are one of the many last-minute tax filers out there, we want to help by sharing a few tax planning strategies to help you save time, reduce the stress of filing, avoid costly mistakes, and make the process easier next time around.

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Take control of your financial health

By Glen McCall | January 17, 2023

2023 will be another new year. Maybe it’s time for a new path. If you’re unsure what everyone will resolve to do this year, check your Facebook or Instagram page. You’re likely to see, “I’m going to get healthy and shed those extra pounds!” We’ve all been guilty of making and not following through with that commitment.

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