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Ten Trusted Tips to Cybersafe Travels

From the desk of Thomas F. Duffy, MS-ISAC Chair – Original Post Cyber criminals don’t take a break, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t! Taking a vacation can leave you vulnerable, but we want to help keep you covered. This month, we aim to provide some valuable tips for staying cyber safe while heading on a summer vacation. Whether you are out exploring or relaxing, it is important to be as secure as possible with your digital devices and information. Unfortunately, stepping out of your routine can put your electronic devices at risk, and we don’t just mean accidentally going...read the full article

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Dream Big? Think Small.

Your business may be small, but the dreams and the work behind it are nothing short of tremendous. We understand the late nights, the early mornings, and everything you have riding on this vision. You, your partners, and your supporters have invested so much in your business, and we want to be part of making it happen and keeping it on track. We want to take the time to learn about you and your business so we can understand and help you anticipate your needs. When it comes to banking, size really does matter.

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Your local bank is around the corner—and on your phone

Local banking used to mean hitting up your branch down the street. But now, your local bank can be anywhere and everywhere you are.

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Setting a strong password

We’ve heard the same advice over and over when it comes to passwords—make it strong. But how many of us actually follow this advice? Would you believe that some of the most popular passwords are still “password”, “123456”, “qwerty”, and “abc123”?

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Unearthing Dundee’s Passion for Historic Preservation

Being part of a community means fully embracing it—honoring its past and valuing its present—all with an eye toward what lies ahead. Because, as they say, if you don’t know your history, you can’t know your future.

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Protecting against tax fraud

Don’t Fall for It: Tips for Avoiding Tax Fraud

Easy rules to follow that protect you from criminals who have become adept at harvesting your info from a variety of websites and using it to file a fake tax return! It’s important to understand their tricks for committing tax fraud, so you can prevent it happening…and we’ve got a few tips to help!

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A historic landmark gets a new lease on life

Dundee Bank is always excited for an opportunity to welcome a new neighbor. But there’s one new Blackstone neighbor we’re especially proud to roll out the welcome mat for, because we had a hand in making their new venture possible.

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3 reasons why having a personal savings account makes sense

We all remember opening our first savings account as kids, and the pride we felt about having an account that was all ours. But with all the other ways to save money these days, do adults still need personal savings accounts? The short answer is yes. And here’s the longer explanation, including a three big reasons why having a savings account makes sense.

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Understanding your 2020 HSA Contribution Limits

A Health Savings Account (HSA) can be a smart way to pay for medical expenses without paying taxes on them. And there are other benefits as well.

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Bank with Dundee and bank anywhere

At Dundee, we pride ourselves on being a local bank and serving the needs of our surrounding community. But when it comes to your banking experience, there are no borders.

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