Your help is needed! Watch your mail! The town-wide 2019 Canton Helpline Annual Appeal is going in the mail in mid-April. Starting this year, donations by PayPal are also accepted. Canton Co-operative Bank is honored once again to be the Canton Helpline Annual Appeal ‘Mailing Sponsor,’ supporting the work of this community-focused non-profit that does so much good in Canton.
Photo: Vice-President/Senior Loan Officer & Helpline Board Member Anabela Vasconcelos and Helpline Treasurer Maureen Harriman
Canton, Mass. – Canton Co-operative Bank is sponsoring a free 90-minute First-Time HomeBuyer Info Session on Saturday, April 13th. Check-in 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.
Continue reading Free! First-Time HomeBuyer Info Session on Saturday, April 13th at Canton Co-operative
A few weeks ago, there was a story in a local paper about a man in his 30s who answered a knock at his door and found a policeman standing there with a warrant for his arrest.
According to the police officer, the man had unpaid charges due to his Town and he had not responded to letters or the summons the Town had mailed him.
Continue reading Open and review your mail … please!
Canton Co-operative Bank President & CEO Nick Maffeo writes a popular monthly column on finances for the Canton Citizen. (His columns can be found on the Citizen web site and also here on Canton Co-operative’s web site).
He recently wrote in detail about the pros and cons of co-signing a loan for a family member or friend.
The bottom line: Co-signing is a complicated financial decision that should never be made quickly or casually.
Continue reading Should you agree to co-sign a loan?
One of our employees here at Canton Co-operative recently went with her father to the Big Bank where he has a home equity line to ask some questions about his account because what she was seeing on his statements didn’t make sense.
“I work at a bank, so I know how things are,” she said. “And I know how we treat customers at Canton Co-operative.” What she heard from the customer service representative at the Big Bank made her really mad.
Continue reading “Dad … why do you still bank there?
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
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