Knowing the steps to take to buy your first home can be tricky. We’re here to answer your most daunting questions with our “Inside Track to Buying Your First Home” workshop on Saturday, April 11th at 10 a.m. at our Dave Lyle location. The workshop is free and open to the public.
Family Trust welcomed one new board member and honored another at the 58th Annual Meeting held Tuesday at the Baxter Hood Center, where Lee Gardner, President and CEO announced plans to retire in late 2016.
Family Trust mobile banking is getting a new look and added features.
You’ll be able to view balances quickly, see pending deposits, and transfer money to another member’s account. Touch ID also will be available for users with iOS 8 devices with fingerprint authentication. The upgrade should also correct mobile deposit issues that members may have experienced.
Family Trust recently awarded two $500 Martin Luther King Jr. scholarships to Clinton College juniors Byron McNeil and Lori Jordan, both of Rock Hill.
Electing our Board of Directors is one way we’re different from a bank, and voting begins today. For the first time, members can vote online. Voting ends March 18.
Many people have become familiar with and, to some extent, addicted to the personal financial management (PFM) and account aggregation tool called Mint. We heard this loud and clear when we recently enacted required data security measures that effectively made Mint unavailable to Family Trust online users.
It’s time once again to register for our Charity Golf Tournament that benefits the Children’s Attention Home, the Palmetto School at the Children’s Attention Home, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of York County. Our seventh annual Charity Golf Tournament on Tuesday, May 19 begins at 9 a.m. at Rock Hill Country Golf Club.
The new year brings resolutions and changes, and here at Family Trust, we’ve got a few of our own. Here’s a look at some of the highlights we expect in 2015.
We’ve made some changes to online banking. To log-in, you will need a one-time pass code for additional security. If the new site looks like the old site, you may want to clear your browser history or cache. Please refer to your particular browser for instructions. If you are unable to see buttons in online banking (such as the log off button), please press CTRL + F5 to refresh your screen.
Final numbers are in from our Buy Local, Bank Local initiative. Together, we spent over $17 million in York County during the holiday season. Credit union members are to thank for making the impact by shifting spending habits to support your neighbors.