Corporate account takeover is a type of fraud where thieves gain access to a business’ finances to make unauthorized transactions, including transferring funds from the company, creating and adding new fake employees to payroll, and stealing sensitive customer information that may not be recoverable. The American Banker’s Association recommends following these tips to keep your small business safe. Continue reading
Shoppers all over will spend time scooting from store to store on Black Friday and scouring the internet on Cyber Monday hunting for the best holiday deals. However, sandwiched between the two deal-buster days is Small Business Saturday. Now entering its fourth year, Small Business Saturday has become a boon for both our local brick and mortar business and our communities alike. Continue reading
We’re proud to announce the start of our Third Annual Food and Toy Drive. Each year it brings us great pleasure to bring back this special seasonal event to help support the organizations and individuals in our communities.
Have you always wanted to start your own business? Or maybe you’re a small business owner trying to reign in operational costs? Whether your organization’s embryonic or well-established, examining your company’s expenses through a fresh lens could help boost your bottom line or allow you to better allocate funds for greater efficiency. To get you on the resourceful-spending path, we’re offering a few bootstrapping basics along with additional money-saving ideas.
The candy bowls are full, the Jack-o-Lanterns are carved and your children have been wearing their costumes around the house in anticipation. However, before your children take to the neighborhood on October 31, it’s important you proceed with the proper safety precautions to ensure everyone has a great time while scaring up some fun. Here are a few helpful Halloween safety tips for both parents and children alike.
Is your monthly cellphone or smartphone bill a three-digit drain on your wallet? If you’re not already aware, the true cost to use your phone might surprise you. To help lessen your mobile device’s impact on your monthly budget we’re offering up top tips and handy tools to help you save.
Whether they involve adults, children, or both, chores are a routine part of family life. For youngsters, chores are typically part of a reward system involving some type of compensation. But, chores don’t always have to be compensated – parents should take comfort knowing with chores comes a sense of belonging, satisfaction, self-esteem and responsibility.
Though the internet has many advantages, it can also make users vulnerable to fraud, identity theft and other scams. According to a Norton Cybercrime Report, 556 million adults worldwide were victims of cybercrime in 2012. The American Bankers Association recommends the following tips to keep you safe online:
Every day, non-profit organizations are hard at work in the community. With the Walk to End Alzheimer’s coming up this weekend, we caught up with Cindy Schelhorn, Communications Director for the National Capital Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, who talked to us about how her organization raises both funds and awareness, and how you can join the movement to stop Alzheimer’s disease.