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IRS Tax Refunds

The IRS is expected to send out more than 100 million tax refunds this year. If you’re among the recipients, you owe it to yourself to put the money to good use. Sock it away in retirement savings, pay off debt or even spend a little and set the rest aside until you have a…

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NetTeller Look / Feel Changing 4/3/17

The look and feel of the internet based NetTeller (that you view from a computer) will be changing the morning of 4/3/17. The functionality and where items are located will remain the same.  However the colors, borders, backgrounds and fonts will be slightly different starting on this date.

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Key Tax-Preparation Tips to Cut Stress

Although it comes around every spring, tax season tends to inflict the same headaches year after year. To reduce your stress — and maximize your refund — it’ll help to stay organized and be aware of recent changes to the tax code. For additional motivation to get on track, keep in mind that the average…

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Tips for Parents of Boomerang Kids

Your adult child has finished school and is now starting a new life — at home. According to a Pew Research Center survey, over half of parents in the U.S. with adult children say they helped their adult kids financially in the previous year. Some of that help came in the form of letting their…

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Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has designated this week (Jan 30th-Feb 3rd) as Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week.  Tax identity theft happens when a scammer files a fraudulent tax return using your Social Security number and claims your refund.  It can also happen when someone uses your SSN to earn a paycheck, but then sticks you…

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5 Financial Resolutions for the New Year

A brand new year provides the perfect opportunity to make meaningful life changes, including improved financial wellness. These five financial resolutions can help get your year off to a promising start. 1. Get on budget Take charge of your finances by creating a budget. Start by calculating after-tax income and subtracting fixed monthly expenses. Then…

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First National Bank Gives Back

This year, at First National Bank, the employees decided that we would give back to the communities we work and live in. Each branch was able to decide how they wanted to give back.  We had food drives, customer appreciation events, Toys for Tots collections, Coats for kids, adopt a family for the holidays, hygiene…

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Organize Your Finances for the New Year

A new year brings a chance to start fresh with just about anything. If your midnight toast includes a resolution to improve your financial health, here’s how to make it happen. Get on a budget To get ahead, it’s important to know where you stand and to create a plan with realistic goals such as…

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Best Ways to Save at Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with loved ones for a satisfying meal and kick off the holiday season. If you pay current prices for your menu items, though, you could blow a chunk of your holiday budget before you even get to the pumpkin pie. Use these tips to keep your Thanksgiving festive and…

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Is Fall the Best Time to Buy a House?

Sometimes it’s smarter to buy certain items according to the season, like sweaters near the end of  winter and swimsuits in late summer. But what’s the best season for buying a house? The answer: the fall. As temperatures cool and trees shed their leaves, enough factors break in the buyer’s favor to make it the No. 1 season for…

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