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Money Mules and Pandemic Scams



During the pandemic, scammers are taking advantage of people more frequently than normal. It’s important to educate yourself about fraud—knowing what to watch for can save you from being the next victim. Check out this informative video about Pandemic Scams:

Tips to safeguard your information: Use Strong Passwords and Good Password Security



As the public increases its use of mobile banking apps, the FBI anticipates cyber criminals will exploit these platforms. Cyber criminals regularly exploit users who reuse passwords or use common or insecure passwords. The FBI recommends creating strong, unique passwords to mitigate these attacks. Kentucky Bank requires users to make passwords at least 8 characters … Continue reading Tips to safeguard your information: Use Strong Passwords and Good Password Security

Investments and Finances During and After COVID-19



Almost everyone is concerned about their investments and financial future during this uncertain time. We want to share some advice and information from our  Vice President and Director of Portfolio Management/Wealth Advisor, Quin Broadbent, CFP® AIF® How have your clients generally been reacting/responding to the recent market volatility related to the COVID-19 outbreak? What groups have … Continue reading Investments and Finances During and After COVID-19

COVID-19: Tips To Protect Yourself From Scams



As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to impact the United States, scammers have seized the opportunity to prey on consumers. Learn what to watch for and how to protect yourself from becoming a victim.Do not respond to calls or texts from unknown numbers, or any others that appear suspicious.Never share your personal or financial … Continue reading COVID-19: Tips To Protect Yourself From Scams

Kentucky Bank Announces Initiatives to Assist Customers and Communities Impacted by COVID-19



PARIS, KY – 03/23/2020  Kentucky Bank has implemented a number of proactive measures intended to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 virus outbreak on its customers, communities, and employees. These steps will be revisited as circumstances unfold and change daily.  “During these uncharted times, our bank believes our primary focus should be helping to protect our customers, our employees, and our communities. We have begun adjusting branch operations to help … Continue reading Kentucky Bank Announces Initiatives to Assist Customers and Communities Impacted by COVID-19

COVID-19: Kentucky Bank Update



Dear Friends and Neighbors: We continue monitoring the COVID-19 situation and are taking precautions to keep our employees, clients, guests, and others safe. We are committed to delivering our services and supporting our clients, without interruption. We have taken steps to make sure all deposit and loan processes continue to run smoothly. There will not be … Continue reading COVID-19: Kentucky Bank Update

Precautionary Measures for COVID-19



At Kentucky Bank, our ability to deliver our services, together with Premier Customer Service, is of the utmost importance. In doing so, we must also ensure the health and safety of our employees, and that of our customers and partners. Amid ongoing concerns about the Coronavirus COVID-19, Kentucky Bank is closely monitoring the latest reports … Continue reading Precautionary Measures for COVID-19

What Not to Buy for Your Vacation



Courtney Jespersen, NerdWallet Purchasing a bunch of unnecessary items and then overpacking for a trip won’t just annoy your traveling companions and give you a sore arm from lugging around a heavy suitcase. It can also blow your limited vacation money. Here’s what not to buy for your next vacation in order to save both money and time. … Continue reading What Not to Buy for Your Vacation

Buying an Energy-Efficient Home: A Financially Bright Idea



Beth Buczynski, NerdWallet Whether you give a hoot about the environment or not, it could pay to think about energy efficiency when shopping for a home. Newer houses certified by Energy Star — the federal government’s energy-efficiency rating program — use an average of 20% less energy than homes built to the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code, … Continue reading Buying an Energy-Efficient Home: A Financially Bright Idea

How to Break Free of Debt Without Paying a Price Later



Amrita Jayakumar, NerdWallet Samantha Ealy graduated with a bachelor’s degree and $70,000 in debt. She worked multiple jobs to pay off student loans, a car, medical bills and credit cards in three years. But looking back, Ealy sees a few missteps. For example, one job offered a 401(k), but she didn’t put in enough to … Continue reading How to Break Free of Debt Without Paying a Price Later

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