We hope you’re OK. If you’re impacted by COVID-19 and need assistance, know that we’re here for you. Learn how we can help.
The health and safety of our members is very important to us. We understand that many are facing uncertainty about their jobs, monthly income, daily expenses, debts, and savings. If you’ve been affected, please check out these York County resources:
Spring is right around the corner! And with spring comes thoughts of warmer weather, flowers blooming, spring cleaning, longer daylight hours, and vacations. Now is the time to be budgeting for those vacations.
Online shopping just became that much easier. When you’re shopping on your mobile device are you aware of Visa Checkout? Like Apple Pay, Visa Checkout helps speed up the checkout process. Users won’t have to fill out personal information such as billing address or credit card number, you can checkout in as few as two fields!
Family Trust takes pride in ensuring their members are well educated when it comes to handling their finances. In the month of March, there will be 2 FREE workshops you do not want to miss!
Family Trust is grateful for the non-profits and what they do to make our community a better place to live. We understand they are a major component of the community, and giving our support is a great way for us to simply say “thank you.” We strive to be as active as we possibly can within York County and the Community Partnership Program gives us the platform to do just that.
Most cyber theft we hear about in the news are the headline grabbers. Mega amounts of data and financial theft in huge corporations is nothing new, but we rarely think that everyday happenings in life are also at risk.
The Nominating Committee has submitted the following names to be considered in the election of Board Officials to be announced at the 2019 Annual Meeting to be held on April 21st at First Baptist Church, 481 Hood Center Drive, Rock Hill:
For many of us, filing taxes seems like a pain, but that pain is partially offset by knowing that a few weeks later we’ll get a nice refund from Uncle Sam (assuming you don’t have to write him a check). Last year, the average tax refund was $2,725.
The new year rings in and like clockwork, a scam is taking advantage of the occasion. Like most annual, major or popular events, scams attempt to capitalize with various phishing emails because there is a higher likelihood of people falling victim to scams that they relate with. Adding a popular company name to the scam certainly adds to the credibility, so why not go with one that most, if not everyone is familiar with.