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Tips to Stay Cyber-safe on a Summer Vacation


While keeping the right supplies and clothes on their summer vacation checklist, typical travelers should also check to ensure they are prepared to be cyber-safe with their devices and data while on the road! Your smart phones and laptops contain everything from your banking and payment information to your treasured family photos, and it is […]



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How to save like a PRO


BE GOAL ORIENTED: The easiest way to save money is to save with a purpose. It’s essential to know what you’re saving towards and when you plan on spending. Let your goals guide your savings. BUDGETING IS KEY: Budgeting is a critical part of saving and financial organization. It’s important to compartmentalize your income to […]



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A Trip Down Mortgage Lane


If you’re in the market for your first home this process can be really stressful, especially if you’re en route to getting your first mortgage. However, the more knowledge you gain about mortgages will ease this process and equip you to making the right decisions when it comes to your new home. These tips will […]



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Important information about your 2018 Tax Forms


Your tax forms will be mailed out and available to you according to the schedule below.  You can access them online. Simply log into Mobile or Online Banking and click Statements > View Statements.  Your available Tax Forms will appear under Documents. Form Mailing Deadline Availability of eTax Form in Online & Mobile Banking 1042-S […]



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How to spot and avoid common scams


Have you ever received an email from someone claiming to be royalty? They tell you that they are inheriting millions of dollars, but need your money and bank details to get their inheritance. You know this email is a scam, so you delete it. Yet there are many more scams that sound more believable and […]



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6 Cheap Home Remodel Tips


Not everyone has the budget to do a full home remodel, but if you own a fixer-upper or it’s time to freshen up your living space, there are a lot of inexpensive ways to update your home. 1) Replace home accessories – Accent pieces like scatter rugs, shower curtains, bathroom accessories, pillows, bedding, mirrors and […]



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Only 47% of Americans have enough emergency savings—but most people aren’t worried


Article reprinted from cnbc.com and written by Emmie Martin When disaster strikes, such as an unexpected layoff, many Americans aren’t prepared to deal with the financial consequences. A new survey from Bankrate found that only 29 percent of Americans have enough emergency savings to last more than six months and just 18 percent have sufficient savings to […]



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Build Your Roadmap to Retirement


It doesn’t matter how old you are, you should start thinking and planning for retirement so you can live comfortably in your golden years. For people without a plan, the thought of retirement can be stressful. However it doesn’t have to be. Look forward to your retired years with the helpful tips below. 1) Start […]



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Protect Yourself from Fraud


Crooks use clever schemes to defraud millions of people every year. They often combine new technology with old tricks to get people to send money or give out personal information. Here are some tips to help you stay a step ahead. 1) Spot imposters. Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, like a government […]



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