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Banking on our Students

The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. A2 + B2 = C2. To be, or not to be… You finished each of those sentences in your head before you read them. The lessons we picked up in school stay with us, and today we are able to use a lot of those lessons to make our lives better, safer, and more comfortable. Don’t you wish school had better prepared you for other forms of “adulting”, like banking?

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How To Budget For A Wedding

If you are recently engaged, or just contemplating popping the question, first thing’s first. Congratulations!

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Tax Forms

Dundee Bank Decodes Some Truly Taxing Forms

Whether you are greeting it with eager anticipation or a touch of anxiety, tax season is upon us. This time each year, mailboxes begin to fill with all manner of tax forms, seemingly written in a language spoken only by accountants and computers. Whether you hire out the task, consult with a tax professional, or do it yourself, there are forms to be filled. Here are some common tax forms that you might see from your bank, decoded for your convenience!

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Get Ready to Save More for Retirement in 2019!

When it comes to saving for retirement, the earlier the better. It can feel a little overwhelming to start a retirement account, but Dundee Bank is here to make it as seamless and simple as possible!

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An Easy Guide to Realizing your Savings Resolutions

The New Year is here, and you deserve a fresh start. Let 2019 be the year you don’t just have a dream, but a goal with a plan and a deadline!

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Small Business Work Session

Dundee Bank Highlights 5 Tools for Better Small Business Banking

You’ve done the heavy lifting and your business is off the ground. Congratulations! Now you deal with the day-to-day operations. The small fires to put out, everyday emergencies, and unexpected hurdles. Don’t let your banking experience be another burden. Dundee Bank loves small businesses, and making business banking a breeze.

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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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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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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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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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