April, 2014

Going Green with Paperless Banking | The First National Bank Blog

April 22nd, 2014
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Make a Statement! There are a lot of ways to celebrate Earth Day, but paperless banking may not be the first thing that springs to mind. Going paperless by banking online can make a difference, not just by saving paper, but by saving the energy required to process paper statements and deliver them to your home. Earn a $5 credit by signing up for eStatements at The First! https://secure2.fnbn.com/estatements/EMSMainFrame.asp If you’re not already banking online, now is a great time to familiarize yourself with its many benefits. You can bank 24 hours a day / seven days a week, and [ read more ]

Ten Bright Ideas for Saving More Green

April 16th, 2014
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Everyone is looking for ways to make their money go further, but sometimes the best place to look is around your own home. Check out this blog from the Alliance to Save Energy for household hints that help you save both money and the planet. https://www.ase.org/news/top-10-home-energy-efficiency-tips-earth-day [ read more ]

Should I Shred Financial Documents? | The First National Bank Blog

April 8th, 2014
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Financial papers can really stack up, but most people aren’t comfortable throwing away documents they might need later for a tax audit or to make a case in a billing dispute. And nobody wants discarded financial documents to be stolen by identity thieves. So which documents should we save and how do we safely dispose of financial papers we no longer need? How long should I hang on to financial documents? Deciding when to shred financial documents depends largely on the documents themselves. Bank statements should be kept for at least one year or until they’re no longer needed to [ read more ]