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Creative Ideas for Budget-Conscious Travelers


May 26 is National Road Trip Day! After a long hiatus from traveling during the pandemic, many Americans are once again pulling their suitcases out of storage. While the impulse to go crazy with plans may be strong, you probably don’t want a vacation-debt hangover that lasts for months after your trip. And don't forget you can set a travel notice for your debit or credit card through online/mobile banking or by contacting us.

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What First-Time Home Buyers Need to Know


Buying your first house is an exciting time, but it can be a little scary as well. To minimize your anxiety, we've collected some tips, tricks and resources to help you prepare for your fist meeting with a mortgage loan officer. Our mortgage department would love to walk alongside you in your home buying journey and can guide you through the process, no matter how long it takes.

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Get Wealthy by Changing How You Think About Money


How do you define wealth? Is it “a large amount of money and possessions"? But consider this definition: wealth is the financial security that comes from managing your money wisely. Most of us want to be rich because we think it'll make our financial problems will go away. Sadly, research shows that people who suddenly come into large sums of money, like lottery winners, are more likely than average Americans to declare bankruptcy within 3 to 5 years.

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