Letting us know in advance can help you avoid inconvenient declines or holds on your Family Trust debit or credit card. We protect your card account by monitoring for unusual activity, so using your card in restricted states can result in a declined transaction.
Packing for a family vacation soon? Whether you’re traveling by car, boat, train or plane, these helpful tips will make managing your money easy (and rewarding).
Recently we had a member ask: If you can afford to build a building, then why can’t you afford to pay a higher rate on my certificate?"
We dream of the day when we can retire and travel, golf, and spend more time with family. Managing money is a critical part of the retirement “how-to.”
Teaching kids about money at an early age can create good, life-long financial habits.
Breanna Semone may only be 9 but she knows how to save, thanks to her mom.
We get it, you’re enjoying summer break. But, if you’re a motivated, energetic teen looking for volunteer opportunities this fall, consider our Youth Advisory Board.
In case you need a reason to apply, we have 7. Drumroll, please…
“Don’t spend it if you don’t have it” offers Christina Bonaparte, a graduating senior from Rock Hill High, who has served on our Youth Advisory Board for one year. Bonaparte recently presented her project to the board and earned a $1,000 scholarship she’ll use in the fall at Converse College. She plans to major in education and psychology with hopes on one day becoming a guidance counselor.
Five Winthrop University students recently gave us a sneak peek of their art that will be displayed in our new headquarters on White Street. Featuring railroad ties, cut steel, a porcelain map of York County and teacups, the artwork will be displayed in the community room, break room and board room, and in lobby areas.
It’s not a happy thought, but what if you had a stroke and were incapacitated for weeks? Who would pay your bills or make health decisions for you? No one without court intervention if you haven’t take the steps to give the person of your choice permission to speak for you.
Don’t become a victim of this new phishing scam called the VISA & MasterCard Telephone Credit Card Scam. The fraudulent caller says they are from the Security and Fraud Department at Visa. They lead you to believe they have all of your information except the security code on the back of your credit card.