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Business Survival Tips in a Down Economy

Business Survival Tips in a Down Economy

Small businesses have been blindsided by the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and some are better positioned than others that adapt. If your business needs help navigating stormy seas, consider these six steps. Brainstorm ways to boost revenue. Explore strategies to increase revenue, such as offering modified services, rethinking (more…)

Stay Connected with Online Banking

Stay Connected with Online Banking

Serving You During the COVID-19 Crisis In times of crisis, managing your money can feel like a moving target. When jobs, school and normal routines are put on hold, it helps to be digitally connected in all aspects of life, including your financial life. Seaside National Bank & Trust is (more…)

Keep Your Devices Secure

Keep Your Devices Secure

Protect Against Cyberthreats Hackers attack every 39 seconds, attempting to steal personal and financial data. Are you doing everything in your power to protect your data and devices? Here are some tips for securing your computer and mobile devices: Safeguard your device. Use strong passwords and biometric features (fingerprint or (more…)

SMART MONEY MOVES TO MAKE IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

Smart Money Moves to Make in Uncertain Times

With COVID-19 bearing down on the U.S. and the global economy taking a beating, millions of workers have lost their jobs and are facing difficult decisions. Many are feeling stressed to the max about their financial security. Here are some steps you can take to protect your money in uncertain (more…)

Be on Guard Against Coronavirus Scams

Be on Guard Against Coronavirus Scams

Even when the world is going through a crisis such as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, scammers are out there. They watch the news and then try to prey on people’s fears and worries. But you can do your part to stay safe. The following tips from the Federal Trade Commission (more…)

Navigating Stock Market Volatility

Navigating Stock Market Volatility

6 Takeaways from the Market’s Wild Ride The unpredictability of the stock market in recent months has been unsettling (to put it mildly) for investors watching their retirement plan and brokerage account balances go up, down and sideways. The stock market drop in March – the steepest market decline since (more…)

All About Investment Styles: Growth, Value and Blend

All About Investment Styles: Growth, Value and Blend

Although there’s nothing trendy about investment styles, it pays to understand the differences between growth, value and blend when choosing investments for your portfolio. Investments labeled as value and growth tend to take turns outperforming each other, and the blended style is exactly that – a blend of growth and (more…)

Digital Wallet FAQ: A Modern Way To Pay

Digital wallets are gradually catching on as a convenient, alternative way to pay, with 64% of consumers planning to use a mobile wallet in 2020, according to a recent Accenture survey. If you haven’t used a digital wallet yet, read on to learn what you’re missing! What is a digital (more…)

Wealth Transfer Checklist

Leaving A Legacy For Your Loved Ones Having conversations about distributing your money, home and other assets after you’re gone may be uncomfortable, but it’s important to address the topic so you and your heirs are prepared. Creating a plan for transferring assets can achieve a variety of goals, such (more…)

Hang Up On Robocall Scams

Robocalls are on the rise, and they are more than annoying. More than 47.8 billion robocalls were made in the U.S. in 2018, and 37% of those calls were classified as scams.* With caller ID spoofing, the bad guys can mask their phone number as that of a well-known business, (more…)