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  • How to Avoid Student Loan Forgiveness Scams
    If the emails, phone calls, and text messages you’re receiving about student loan forgiveness are setting off your scam sensor, we’ve got you covered. Learn more about the most common student loan forgiveness scams and how to avoid them.
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  • Save Money and Time By Going Green
    Going “green” often means reducing carbon emissions, consuming less energy, or cleaning our water and air. There are steps you can take with your finances to go “green” that might save you time, money, and possibly reduce your carbon footprint!
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  • Saving for Retirement
    Financial needs change through all stages of our lives. The one constant focus as we age should be on saving for retirement years. As you begin your retirement plan, there are a number of things to consider.
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  • Save, Organize, and Streamline Your Finances
    One of the best ways to reach your financial goals is to save your money in an FDIC-insured bank. Organizing your finances and keeping track of your spending can save money by reducing fees and interest charges. Don’t miss out on opportunities to save, like planning ahead to tuck some of your tax refund into your savings account. Below are some things you can do to keep your financial matters in order.
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  • How to Protect Seniors Against Cybercrimes and Scams
    Many of the crimes that occur in real life happen on the internet too. Credit card fraud, identity theft, embezzlement, and more, all can be and are being done online.
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  • Getting Beyond the Tough Times
    Many consumers establish a budget as a planning tool. It is especially important to take a look at your finances and have a plan when your income decreases.
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  • The training program trap: deceptive financing
    Have you ever thought about paying for a training program to learn how to invest in real estate or start an online business? These programs can be pricey — and some make false promises about helping people make money.
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  • COVID-19 and Your Financial Health
    The New Year holiday creates a feeling of starting fresh and encourages us to set new goals. While diets come to mind, setting new financial goals should be on the top of our lists.
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  • Time to Take a New Look at Your Money Habits
    The New Year holiday creates a feeling of starting fresh and encourages us to set new goals. While diets come to mind, setting new financial goals should be on the top of our lists.
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  • Beware of Fake Checks
    Protect yourself from fake check scams with these tips from FDIC Consumer News
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  • Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse
    Be organized, proactive, and aware to protect yourself, family and friends from financial abuse.
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  • Debt Collection Basics
    The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) prohibits debt collectors from using abusive, unfair, or deceptive practices to collect debts.
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  • Tax Season and Your Refund Options
    Here are a few tips to ensure that your refund arrives as quickly and safely as possible as well as some ideas on how to get the most out of your money when it does.
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  • Digital Spring Cleaning
    Spring cleaning is almost a right of passage. With it we celebrate the renewal of life that occurs in nature each spring and eagerly await the exciting fun of summer. Traditionally, spring cleaning means cracking our windows and dusting, mopping, and vacuuming, but this year consider taking a few minutes to spring clean your digital life. Here are a few tips for home users for refreshing, renewing, and reinvigorating your cyber life.
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  • Going Mobile: How to be Safer When Using a Smartphone or Tablet
    Everywhere you look, people are using smartphones and tablets as portable, hand-held computers. "Unfortunately, cybercriminals are also interested in using or accessing these devices to steal information or commit other crimes," said Michael Benardo, manager of the FDIC's Cyber Fraud and Financial Crimes Section. "That makes it essential for users of mobile devices to take measures to secure them, just as they would a desktop computer.
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  • Protect Your “Cyber Home” With a Solid Foundation
    Your home has locks on the doors and windows to protect your family and prevent thieves from stealing cash, electronics, jewelry and other physical possessions.  But do you have deterrents to prevent the loss or theft of your electronic assets, including bank account and other information in your personal computers, at home and when banking or shopping remotely online?
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  • Avoiding Online Tax Scams
    It’s tax season, which means it’s also time for tax scams. Some tax scams occur when fraudulent tax returns are filed in the victim’s name while other variants occur when the malicious actors call the victim and pretend to be Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents. In addition, there are malicious actors who use the tax season to spread malware and phishing emails.
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  • For All Ages: Teaching Young People About Money
    It's never too early or too late to introduce everyday financial concepts to a young person. And, you don't have to be a financial expert. Here are tips from FDIC Consumer News to help parents, guardians and caregivers show a child — from a preschooler to a college kid — why and how to become responsible with money.
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  • Secure Online Banking
    Virtually every financial institution is using the Internet to communicate and allow customers to conduct transactions online. Customers today expect this convenience, and if done securely, these transactions can be as safe as those conducted in person.
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  • Is Malware a Threat to Mobile Devices?
    The volume of cyber threats to mobile computing devices continues to increase as new applications and devices proliferate.
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  • 9 Ways to Attend College for Free
    If unemployment rates and budget cuts have you down, there are still options for students who need someone else to foot their college bills. Students can work their way through college, obtain a waiver or choose an in-demand field. Find out more about these and other ways to attend college without paying.
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  • Are You Taking On Too Much Student Debt?
    How much student loan debt should you take on? Here's how to calculate how much is too much.
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  • FDIC's Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator (EDIE)
    EDIE lets consumers and bankers know, on a per-bank basis, how the insurance rules and limits apply to a depositor's specific group of deposit accounts—what's insured and what portion (if any) exceeds coverage limits at that bank. EDIE also allows the user to print the report for their records.
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  • FREE Credit Reports
    Learn how you can obtain your credit report for FREE from a variety of websites.
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  • Learn How to Save Automatically!
    Saving is easy with online banking through First Minnetonka City Bank. You can save any amount you would like by establishing a recurring automatic transfer from your checking to your savings account.
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  • Emergency Supply List from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
    Through its Ready Campaign, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security educates and empowers Americans to take some simple steps to prepare for and respond to potential emergencies, including natural disasters and terrorist attacks. Ready asks individuals to do three key things: get an emergency supply kit, make a family emergency plan, and be informed about the different types of emergencies that could occur and their appropriate responses.
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  • Saving Money is Now as Easy as Pie. IRS Form 8888
    Keep some of the pie for yourself: Finally, savings made simple! Tell your tax preparer you want to use Form 8888 to save a portion of your refund.
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