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.
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.
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.”
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank is sponsoring a free 90-minute Info Session on Saturday, September 29th. Registration is at 9:45AM and the program is from 10AM to 11:30AM at the Bank’s offices at 671 Washington Street in Canton Center. First-time homebuyers are invited to attend to get objective answers to all of their questions about mortgages, buying in this market, protecting themselves legally and more.
A few weeks ago, a customer emailed to ask if I would consider writing a column about the pitfalls of credit cards for young people, especially college students. He said he had a feeling his kids weren’t hearing him and he thought they might get the message if they saw it in the paper.
Mobile Deposit almost seems magical. You take a photo of the front and the back of a check with your smart phone or tablet and it gets deposited into your account wirelessly … saving you making a trip to the Bank.
This is not about delayed gratification, although delayed gratification can be a very useful way to build your wealth – especially when the “delay” causes you to re-think an expenditure and ultimately forgo the “gratification”.