Date: 12/31/19

    Get Financially Fit in the New Year

    From the American Bankers Association

    The new year is the perfect time to set new goals, as many vow to become more physically fit or get organized. The new year is also a great time to assess your finances, gain...

    Date: 12/4/19

    A Look at Person to Person Payments

    PopMoney, Venmo, Zelle,’ve probably heard these names before, but do you know what they are and what they do? These are all methods of Person-to-Person Payments (P2P) - an online technology that allows...

    Date: 11/27/19

    7 Ways Small Businesses Benefit the Local Community

    Small Business Saturday is Saturday, November 30. The nationwide event was created in 2010 as a way to encourage people to support their favorite small businesses throughout the holiday shopping season.

    When you shop...

    Date: 11/1/19

    This Holiday Season, Be a Savvy Giver

    ‘Tis the season for charitable giving! With rising costs, loss of funding and increasing demand for services, charities need help now more than ever. Donating to your favorite cause is fulfilling, but to ensure that...

    Date: 10/3/19

    Four Simple Steps to Staying Secure

    Using today’s technology safely and securely can seem overwhelming and confusing. However, regardless of what technology you are using or how you are using it, here are four simple steps that will help you stay...

    Date: 09/9/19

    Your Role as a Financial Caregiver/Power of Attorney

    Financial caregivers play an important role in ensuring that all finances - from routine to complex - are managed wisely, helping their loved ones maintain the best quality of life possible. There are a few different...

    Date: 08/5/19

    Capital One Data Breach: Tips Offered by the WI Banking Industry

    Earlier this year, a hacker gained access to more than 100 million Capital One accounts and credit card applications in one of the biggest data breaches to date.

    Date: 07/9/19

    5 Tips to Help Seniors Live at Home Longer

    The vast majority of older Americans want to remain in their homes as they grow older, also known as “aging in place.” The American Bankers Association and Investors Community Bank offer the following tips for older...

    Date: 06/5/19

    Keep Yourself Safe From Payroll and Employee Scams

    The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently issued a warning about an uptick in phishing emails involving payroll direct deposit, wire transfer, and W-2 scams. The emails, which are primarily targeted to businesses,...

    Date: 04/2/19

    Protect Yourself from Fake Check Scams

    Fake checks continue to be one of the most common instruments used to commit fraud against consumers. Before you deposit a check you weren’t expecting or wire funds to an unknown recipient, here is what you should...

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