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Have you heard of a no spend month? If you are looking to save some money, and lower your monthly spending budget, it is a great way to jump start your savings! We all have things we love spending money on, and many people make unnecessary purchases on a regular basis, sometimes every single day. […]

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Goolish gear doesn’t have to make a dent in your wallet! This Halloween, try out these DIY Halloween Costume ideas that are sure to steal the show. Hot Air Balloon Halloween Costume Materials: Laundry basket Spray paint Twine Large balloon Grab a laundry basket, spray paint and twine for this easy, DIY hot air balloon […]

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Between the school supplies, coffee drinks, meals on and off campus and more, you may soon start to realize your summer savings isn’t going to last all year. Here is how you can leverage your time and money on campus – with a part-time job! Balance Is Key Are you passing your first year classes […]

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The key to making the most of your time on campus? Preparation. Yes, school supply shopping is as essential as finding the perfect accessories for your dorm room, but securing financial scholarships takes precedence over all. After graduation, your bank account will thank you. Here’s what you need to know before you start applying. Apply […]

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At Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we believe in fostering community and building relationships, but, most importantly, we believe a great banking experience stems from a great relationship with your neighborhood banker. Think of us as a good neighbor, ready to lend a helping hand and brighten your day. Whether it’s a simple question or […]

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Looking for an extra special way to ease your child’s transition to college? Send a little love via snail mail! Here are our top picks for creating a cost-effective college care package. Plan In order to make your special surprise as cost-effective as possible, plan ahead. Is there a date on the calendar you’re planning […]

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Realizing you’ve misplaced your debit card can send you into a world of shock, but with Two Rivers Bank & Trust, you don’t have to worry – we’ve got your back! We make turning off your card easy. So easy, you’ll be able to do so in a matter of minutes. Here’s what you need […]

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Big purchase items like a car or a house require a credit check and, if someone’s credit is less than ideal, they are likely to be denied a loan for said purchase. That’s where a cosigner comes in. A cosigner is someone who has built up their credit score and has agreed to cosign a […]

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College can be some of the best years of your life – it can also be some of the most financially restricting. Luckily, businesses understand that most college students are on tight budgets and many offer great discounts on their products and services for anyone with a valid college I.D. Whether you’re a first or […]

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The Tooth Fairy is on standby 24/7, waiting for children to lose a tooth, place it under their pillow and then, while they sleep, exchange it for money. While some fairies choose to sprinkle a little glitter or leave extra goodies, the job has remained relatively consistent over the years. But, there’s one thing that […]

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As many consumers get older, it can be difficult to manage their finances. With times and technology constantly evolving, it can also be difficult for seniors to maintain their financial security and keep their account information out of scammer’s hands. At Two Rivers Bank & Trust, we value teaching our customers how to bank safe—here […]

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Did you know that 45 percent of American households are living in a state of persistent financial insecurity, with almost no savings or financial plan for the future? Whether it be sticking to a budget, or paying off credit card debt, the majority of Americans are dealing with financial stress in one way or another. […]

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Happy April Fool’s Day—a whole day dedicated to practical jokes, funny pranks and endless laughter! While April Fool’s pranks are all fun and games, being a fool about your finances is never a laughing matter. Unfortunately, in today’s world, you must always be careful about your finances, making sure your account information and identity remain […]

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It’s tax refund time! Did you know that the average tax refund in 2015 was more than $2,800? With all that extra cash, it’s easy to be tempted to spend your tax refund frivolously. But just like your monthly paychecks, you need to develop a good plan for your money—and your annual tax refund is […]

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