Banking Basics

The most basic task in banking is managing money.

But what's not so basic, are all of the options available to you to get that task done, and done well. We know there are a lot of things to consider when making decisions about your money. Here, we'll help you with what we call the banking basics—the foundational topics that smart banking is built on.

Managing Money Better

Online and Mobile Banking, Branches and ATMs are common money management topics. But did you know that fraud and security are money management topics, too? Here, you’ll get to know the solutions, tools and resources available to you, so you can take the best approach to managing your money.

Leverage Overdraft Services

A big part of managing your money well is ensuring that you keep track of your account balances and have a plan to make sure your transactions go through when you need them to. Overdraft Protection and Overdraft Coverage services can help with that. We can help you understand the difference between the two, and how they vary from transaction to transaction.

Questions People Are Asking Around Banking Basics
  • How do I sign on to Online Banking?
  • How do I change my address and phone number?
  • What do I do if I suspect fraud on my account?

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