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 22nd, at 3PM.
From Money Experience: This fall, Money Experience personal finance programs are being offered to high school juniors and seniors at Canton High School through a partnership with Canton Co-operative Bank. Money Experience is a simulator and curriculum that helps teach the next generation how their life choices can impact their finances and quality of life.
Clickbait is one of the biggest nuisances on the internet but the concept existed long before computers.
People have been using words to affect other people’s behavior since Day 1. It’s always been up to the individual to be skeptical and doubting, especially when “controversial” ideas are being presented as established truth.
From Canton Co-operative Bank Vice-President/Senior Loan Officer Anabela Vargas: This past summer, the Boston Globe reported a story they said would come “to the dismay of many would-be buyers” of homes in Massachusetts.
A local news network’s web site recently recounted an unfortunate story about something that absolutely did not have to end up the way it did.
Recently a woman in Metro Boston discovered that her long-time housekeeper was embezzling. Specifically, her housekeeper had been forging checks against a checking account that this woman and her husband had for their kids’ college tuition savings at a large national bank.
Scam artist criminals are always “switching it up,” trying to fool you into believing their lies “this time.”
For example, two of the most common scams of all time are the “Overpayment Scam”and the “Grandparent Scam.”
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank will once again be sponsoring its free community HomeBuyer Info Session on Saturday, September 21st from 9:45AM to 11:30AM at the Bank’s offices at 671 Washington Street in Canton Center. And all homebuyers are invited!