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Protect Your Online Banking Account Although online banking is safe and secure, you should always take special care when banking online. Use these tips as a guide to ensure you are protecting your account: Choose a unique login When creating your account login, choose something that is unique and not easy to guess. Avoid your…

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Tips for Spending Graduation Cash You’ve survived four years of nose-to-the-grindstone studying, four years of ramen noodle breakfasts and four years of frantic, last-minute papers. Your family and friends are eager to celebrate your accomplishment, and one of the ways they know how to do that is with cash. It may seem crass to plan…

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Wedding or Bust – How to Save Money on Your Big Day Weddings can be the best day of your life, but they can also be expensive. As you’re looking for ways to save and stay on budget, consider these tips. Focus on What’s Important to You As you become further entrenched in the countless…

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Want to Teach Your Kids About Finances? These Apps Can Help! April is Financial Literacy Month which is the perfect opportunity to teach your kids how to responsibly spend and save money. It’s important to teach kids about finances and the value of money management early on, but sometimes it’s hard to get them interested.…

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Keeping Score Facts about Credit Scores Who’s keeping score? The credit industry is. Every time you apply for a new credit card, a mortgage, perhaps even an insurance policy or a job, your application is judged in part on your credit score. March is National Credit Education Month, so there’s no better time to learn…

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Smishing – the Latest Texting Scam First, there was phishing – a fraudulent solicitation of your personal information via websites and online shopping. Now, consumers need to be aware of “smishing” – scammers latest way to attempt to steal your private information. Also known as SMS phishing, smishing is a way for fraudsters to get…

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Frugal February Challenge – Five Ways to be Frugal in February You may have heard the term Dry January recently, but have you heard of Frugal February? It’s a similar concept for your spending. If your budget is a little tapped out from the holidays, Frugal February is an opportunity to press reset and get…

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Help Us Protect Your Financial Information Ensuring your account security is a top priority for us, and we are constantly putting systems in place to keep your information secure. However, we can always work together to keep you and your account information as safe as possible. You can do your part by keeping in mind…

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Tips for Maintaining Financial Wellness in the New Year January is National Financial Wellness month, and an opportunity for a fresh start. Start off your new year on the right foot, and set your self up for a year of financial wellness by following some of these tips: Online Security. Take an overall review of…

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Time Management Tips for the Holiday Season The holidays are fast approaching, and this is about the time that adults grow more stressed as they consider the long to-do list and the schedule full of events. While you may feel the urge to channel your inner Grinch and cancel all of your holiday-related plans, consider…

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