UBTC offers the following tips to help college students form a strong foundation for money management:
1. Create a budget. You’re an adult now and are responsible for managing your own finances. The first step is to create a realistic budget or plan and stick to it.
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With the banking convenience made possible with automated teller machines (ATMs) and other point of sale terminals comes an increased need for security and personal caution. This includes protecting your ATM card number, debit card number, personal identifiation number (PIN), and cash, and being aware of the condition of the machine and your surroundings. Please review the attached ATM & Debit Card Safety Tips brochure to learn more.
The explosion of new technology allows each of us the unprecedented ability to visit the online world to buy goods; download Apps, music and movies; research topics; send messages; and much more. But with this convenience comes a downside: the ever-present threat of hackers intent on identity theft, account hijacking and cyber-fraud.
Criminals today have a seemingly limitless capacity for devising ways to separate you from your money. The good news is, the steps you can take to protect yourself are as strong as ever. Please review the Financial Fraud Update 2015 brochure to learn more.
Just as the name implies, Mobile Banking is a system that allows customers of a financial institution to conduct financial transactions through a mobile device such as a mobile phone, a personal digital assistant or a computer tablet. As with other forms of online banking, mobile banking has some inherent risks. But these can be minimized using some common sense precautions. Please review the attached Mobile Banking brochure to learn more.
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