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How Online Banking makes managing your finances easier

Getting a handle on your finances can seem overwhelming. But with Online Banking from Community Bank of Tri-County, managing your money is easier than you might think.

In addition to allowing you to perform basic banking transactions – check account balances, transfer money between accounts, pay bills and view cancelled checks – we continue to introduce functionality that is designed to make banking online more efficient and convenient than ever. Continue reading

How have you marked National Small Business Week?

This week entrepreneurs, legislators and shoppers have been supporting local businesses as part of National Small Business Week.

First declared by President John F. Kennedy, Jr. in 1963, the week is designed to celebrate and support the many individuals who, through their hard work and determination, are the backbone of our local and national economy.

In fact, the Better Business Bureau estimates small businesses create 60 to 80 percent of all the new jobs in the U.S., and that over half of Americans either own or work for a small business! Continue reading

Clues your identity has been stolen!

Hmmm. That’s strange.

Your credit card bill hasn’t arrived yet this month.

You did receive a bill from a source you’re sure you never did business with.

You noticed a debit card transaction that you can’t quite figure out.

You keep getting annoying calls and letters from bill collection agencies.

You were turned down for a loan you thought sure you’d be eligible for, or a job you knew you were qualified for.

You ordered a copy of your credit report from the three credit reporting agencies and found information that just doesn’t ring true. Continue reading

Do You Need a Safe Deposit Box?

Many banks — including Community Bank of Tri-County — offer secure, on-site safe deposit boxes in which you can safely store important documents and valuable possessions for an affordable annual rate.

For both individuals and businesses, a safe deposit box protects irreplaceable possessions from loss, theft and destruction. The contents remain confidential — you are the only one with access to your safe deposit box. Continue reading

What is “multifactor” authentication?

They say that the ritual of shaking hands dates back to Ancient Greece in the 5th century BC. A handshake in those days was considered a sign of peace — and proof that neither participant was carrying a weapon! Further, the up-and-down handshake motion would dislodge any weapon that might be hidden up a hand-shaker’s sleeve! Continue reading

Can you save a tree with e-Statements?

In your lifetime, the amount of paper generated for statements, bills and other monthly communications is significant. Consider the big picture. The paper industry is the third largest industrial consumer of energy. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, paper accounts for approximately one-third of all waste. That’s at least 84,000,000 tons a year!

Did you ever consider environmental impacts from not only the production of these notices, but also from the delivery and disposal? Have you ever wondered how much of a difference you could make by opting to receive electronic versions of bills and statements? Continue reading

The Community Corps Giving Back to the Community

Maybe you’ve seen them out and about in the community, helping out where help is needed. You may have recognized their unique red and white T-shirts. They’re not just volunteers; they’re members of the Community Bank of Tri-County Community Corps, living up to one of our core values: community-focused. Continue reading