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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



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



Dangers and Myths of DIY Projects

So you’ve watched enough HGTV shows, talked to enough neighbors, and had enough discussions with sales personnel in your big box home improvement store to know that you might be able to do a ton of improvements to your home without having to pay a pro, and in the process, save yourself a lot of money.



New Law Permits Consumers To Freeze Their Own Credit Files Quickly And Without Cost

Effective September 21, 2018, Americans can freeze-frame their credit reports, thawing them whenever they want to without cost, thanks to a new federal law. You can now do this via mail, phone, or online.



Getting Kids Off On The Right Credit Score Foot

There is so much to worry about when you’re a parent. But one thing you may not think much about is your child’s credit score. Like grades at school, that magic number has a lot of influence on their future, reflecting their spending habits and financial accountability.



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