Christmas and New Year’s Day are on Tuesdays this year and the Bank will be closed. Online/Mobile Banking, telephone banking and ATMs are available 24/7.
FYI – Canton Co-operative Bank will close at 12 noon on both Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24th and New Year’s Eve, Monday, December 31st.
Continue reading 2018 Holiday Hours, Holiday Happenings and Holiday Gift Ideas
Earlier this year, there was a report in The Washington Post about a teacher in Southern California who called U.S. service members “the lowest of our low.”
Apparently the school district was “deluged by thousands of emails, many from veterans, active-duty troops and military family members.”
Continue reading Smart About Money: Military service pays dividends now and later
Canton, Mass. – Once again this year, Canton Co-operative Bank will be collecting store-bought pies to bring to the Canton Food Pantry on the Friday before Thanksgiving – Friday, November 16th.
Continue reading Canton Co-operative Bank’s 2018 ‘Pie Day’ — collecting pies for the Canton Food Pantry — is Friday, November 16th
“I really like to work with first-time homebuyers because I know how daunting buying a home can be.”
~ Bela Vasconcelos, AVP/Director of Residential Lending at Canton Co-operative Bank
At Canton Co-operative, we hold our popular Info Sessions for first-time homebuyers twice a year so buyers can get objective answers to all their questions about lining up financing, working with a REALTOR® and protecting themselves legally.
Continue reading Making getting a mortgage easier …
Maybe you’ve heard about the new twist on the Microsoft scam. It used to be that an individual would get a call from someone pretending to be from Microsoft trying to get access to that person’s computer.
Continue reading Smart About Money: “Something’s not right here …”
Since its introduction in 2015, Connections Checking has quickly become one of the most popular accounts Canton Co-operative has ever offered.
Originally we designed Connections Checking to help young people ages 15-24 learn how to manage a checking account by actually managing one.
Continue reading Connections Checking … not just for college kids!
The first thing to realize when it comes to making complicated decisions perfectly is that there is no “perfectly.” Complicated decisions usually have at least one significant obstacle and often it’s more like “one thing after another.”
Continue reading Smart About Money: The Art of Making Complicated Decisions Perfectly