Convenience is the driving factor in the rise of mobile banking. It opens the doors to consumer choice and access to banking options. But, as mobile devices, like smartphones and iPads, become more popular, hackers are finding savvy ways to steal information. UBTC urges consumers to be cautious when using mobile devices to do their banking.
The FDIC published a collection of simple, practical tips for young adults and teens on saving, managing money, and avoiding financial scams. This special edition of the agency’s quarterly "FDICConsumer News" (Fall 2012), titled "For Young Adults and Teens: Quick Tips for Managing Your Money," also includes suggestions for parents and caregivers on saving for a child’s future and teaching youngsters about money. Most of the tips in the new guide are intended for young adults. They feature ideas and information on:
With interest rates at record lows, consumers face a number of choices for managing their money. Whether they want to save, spend or invest, consumers are encouraged to consider their options and choose the strategies that best suit their particular financial circumstances.
Here are some tips for customers to keep in mind during low-interest-rate periods:
The income tax filing season has begun and important tax documents should be arriving in your mailbox. Although your return is not due until April 15, you can make tax time easier on yourself with an early start. Here are 10 tips to help ensure a smooth tax-filing process.
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