Canton Co-operative Bank VP/Senior Loan Officer Anabela Vargas saw on Facebook that a friend had posted they had “evicted SallieMae!” Meaning they had paid off their college loans and were now free of that debt.
“Many people – especially younger people – believe it’s impossible for them to get out of debt. But that’s not true,” Anabela Vargas said.
Continue reading Get out of debt … and spend less!
$1000 was raised for the Salvation Army by the customers and friends of Canton Co-operative Bank on Wednesday, December 11th. Thank you to everyone who contributed!
Continue reading Canton Co-operative rings bell for the Salvation Army on Wednesday, December 11th
Christmas and New Year’s Day are on Wednesdays 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, Tuesday, December 24th and New Year’s Eve, Tuesday, December 31st.
Continue reading 2019 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 22nd, at 3PM.
Continue reading 3rd Annual “Pie Day” — Thanksgiving 2019 Pie Drive — is Friday, November 22nd
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.
Continue reading Canton Co-operative Bank partners with Money Experience to benefit local students
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.
Continue reading The Boston Globe says, “If you don’t already own a home in Massachusetts, it may be too late.” That’s just not true!