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Financial Tips & Digital Banking Insight

10 Ways to Help Reduce Impulse Buying

Impulse buying affects people of all ages and from all walks of life. We've all been there. You're scrolling through your social media feeds or emails, and you see an advertisement for shoes that are 50% off. You think to yourself, "I don't need new shoes, but these are such a great deal!" And...

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How Much Does It Cost to Open a New Checking Account?

Believe it or not, there are a significant number of people who still do not own a bank account. In fact, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation report, approximately 8.5% of U.S. households are "unbanked."

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Must-Know Tips for Opening Your First Bank Account

If you're stashing your money under your mattress, in a drawer, a pay app, or your wallet, you are missing out big time on one of the best modern conveniences for managing your money. A bank account offers much more than just a place to store money.

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College Student Looking For Financial Advice? Here's 6 Tips

With the new school year right around the corner, many young adults will be preparing to head off to college for the first time. While going to college is an amazing experience that can help you grow as an individual, for many freshmen, going away to college also means being in charge of your own...

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What's the Difference Between Traditional & Online Banking?

Whether you’re a busy college student, overworked employee, or struggling parent, trying to balance everyday life in addition to finances can be difficult. Especially after a global pandemic, going in person to speak with tellers and sort out financial issues feels entirely new and...

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5 ways to protect your credit score (that everyone should know)

Your credit score is important. It’s a three-digit number that lenders use to decide whether or not to give you a loan, and it can also affect the interest rate you’re offered. A high credit score means you’re a low-risk borrower, which means you’re more likely to get a loan and a lower interest...

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