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Spring Cleaning Tips For Your Finances

*First National Community Bank’s blog does not constitute legal, tax, accounting, investment or other professional advice. Recipients should consult their professional advisors for advice. It’s March and spring is in the air. Many of us use this time to spring clean our homes but springtime is also a good time to give your finances a thorough cleaning as well. As springtime is several months after the pricey gift buying, budget stretching holiday season and right before the summer season that often includes costly items such as vacations, back to school preparations, etc., First National Community Bank has outlined 4 key spring cleaning tips for your finances. Do a “Sweep” Of Your Monthly Budget Spring is the perfect time to take a fresh look at your monthly budget and do a “sweep” to identify any weak spots. With the increase in holiday spending and bills hopefully paid off and monthly expenditures back to normal come s ...

December Update From the CEO

December 1, 2021

News Release

November 8, 2021 For Immediate Release

November Update from the CEO

November 1, 2021

October Update from the CEO

October 1, 2021

September Update from the CEO

September 1, 2021


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