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Checking accounts have evolved over the years and now offers many features to simplify and enhance your finances.
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International Women’s Day is celebrated each year on March 8th. At Muncy Bank we celebrate women in banking and advocate for continued growth and promotion. Despite being a small community bank, we employ many females in leadership roles.
A home equity loan allows homeowners to use their homes as collateral for a personal loan. At Muncy Bank, we want you to know that your home equity can help you pay off medical bills, complete home repairs, or even send your child to college.
Is your goal to save more money this year? Better budgeting can help you accomplish your savings goals. Build a budget that includes savings. Learn strategies to trim your budget to get closer to increase your savings.
Mortgage rates are low, which may make this the best time to refinance your mortgage. Here's how to determine whether you should consider refinancing your mortgage.
Is lowering debt part of your financial plan? This might sound like a difficult task, but here are five strategies, to help you lower or consolidate your debt.
The new year is the perfect time to review your assets, debts, credit score, and savings plan. Take the opportunity to review your current situation and set yourself up for financial success.
In order to make your checking and savings accounts work for you, you’ll need to understand the difference between a checking account and a savings account.
According to the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) 2021 holiday forecast, merchants can expect retail sales to increase to more than $4.4 trillion. That’s higher than the most recent annual average, which points to a busy holiday season. While a robust holiday shopping season is certainly great news for small businesses, it also requires preparation for the extra customers, orders, credit card processing, and demands on your inventory that come with the season. In this article, we’ll help you run through a holiday prep checklist to get your small business ready for “the most wonderful time of the year.”
Start a healthy financial habit by creating a budget. Learn how to set specific financial goals, create an effective budget based on your income and spending habits, utilize budgeting tools, and plan for your financial future!