Take Charge of your Financial Future
Financial Wellness is an important piece of maintaining a healthy life, and Traditions Bank is here to provide the people, products, and resources to help you achieve financial fitness!
With these short and easy-to-understand videos, it only takes a minute to learn something new or reinforce a healthy financial habit. The more you know, the better decisions you can make!
COVID-19 or Coronavirus has created unique and difficult challenges for individuals, families, and businesses. Continue to look to trusted healthcare resources like the CDC and the Pennsylvania Department of Health for up-to-date information about COVID-19. For details on Traditions Bank’s response to COVID-19, please click here. Here are some helpful resources to help understand how this virus can affect you, your family, and your business.
Having Trouble Making Payments During The Pandemic? It’s Time To Explore Your Options.
Watch Out For Coronavirus Scams
Here Are Some Options For Using Coronavirus-Related Stimulus Money
Tips For Working From Home During Coronavirus Pandemic
Health Advice And Banking Tools To Help During The Coronavirus Pandemic
Its important to set money aside for the unexpected. Having a savings account can help prevent you from having to take on debt or enduring other financial hardships. Start small where you can. Below are some helpful videos with tips to get started saving money.
FDIC Insurance Protects Your Money Deposits
An Emergency Savings Account Can Help Cover Unexpected Expenses
Saving For Retirement? Consider 401(k) Plans And IRAs
Teach Your Kids The Importance Of Saving Money
How to Save and Earn with CDs
Are You Saving For Your Future Needs?
Mobile and Cyber Security
At Traditions Bank, we leverage advanced security measures to keep your information safe and secure. We can’t do it without your help! Knowing what to be aware of when online will help keep your personal and financial information safe and secure.
IMPORTANT: While Traditions Bank may contact you regarding your account or to inform you of suspicious activities related to your account, WE WILL NEVER ASK YOU TO PROVIDE YOUR LOG-IN CREDENTIALS OVER THE PHONE OR VIA EMAIL. If you get a call or email of this nature, please report it to us immediately.
What is Phishing & Smishing?
Placing a Fraud Alert
Online Account Takeover
Your Plan of Attack After a Hack
Password Managers Can Help Keep Your Online Accounts Safe
Smartphone Security Tips
Resources for Older Adults
Learn more about potential scams targeting seniors and ways to keep you or your loved one’s financial information safe.