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ABA Offers Banking Tips for Millennials

With recent data suggesting that more than forty percent of millennials are “chronically stressed” about money, ABA today issued a press release with tips to help millennials use tools they already access to secure a strong financial footing.

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Award-Winning Bankers Offer Tips on Financial Education Outreach

By Corey Carlisle Bankers have long recognized the importance of financial literacy and of teaching Americans how to establish and maintain healthy financial habits. With April’s National Financial Literacy Month on the horizon, I asked Kurt Schindler from Banco Popular in San Juan, P.R., and Ben Joergens from Old National Bancorp in Evansville, Ind.—the 2014 and 2015 winners of ABA’s ...

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Combating Elder Abuse through Awareness and Training

By Linda W. Navarro There are many ways that banks engage in protecting their customers’ hard-earned dollars. Lending prudently, providing deposit insurance, combating fraud, advising about smart financial choices—the list goes on. Lesser known, but equally important, is the work banks do to protect older Americans from financial abuse. (See “Safe Banking, Savvy Seniors.”) At the Oregon Bankers Association, we ...

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