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2018 Spring Shred Fest
Stay protected at Arundel Federal's Spring Community Shred Fest

To raise awareness and promote prevention of consumer fraud and identity theft, Arundel Federal Savings Bank is hosting a FREE community-wide Shred Fest on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 10am to 1pm at our Pasadena Branch located at 4179 Mountain Road, 21122.


The Lifecycle of a Community Bank
April is Community Banking Month


If you’ve ever participated in career day at a local elementary school, you’ll probably relate to this story. A banking colleague visits her son’s kindergarten class and amid explaining the role of a banker, one eager child pipes up and says, “It’s like the lifecycle of a plant!”


The Basics of Successful Budgeting
Secure your financial future with these basic budgeting steps


If you’re clueless about where your money goes each month, you cannot create a financially stable present let alone plan for a healthily funded future. The following budgeting basics will help you garner a more complete picture of your finances, take control of your spending and plan your investments.


Guide to Investing in Your 30s
If you’re in your 30s, now is the time to prioritize investment


Your 30s are a time of transition. While you are no longer in the beginning years of adulthood, retirement is still far away. Investing may seem like less of priority than starting a family, purchasing a home or paying off student loans.


Adjusting Your Savings When Your Income Changes
Be prepared no matter if your paychecks grow or shrink


During the course of your professional life, it’s inevitable that the size of your paycheck will change. Whether you move jobs, get promoted or get laid off, there are several factors that influence how much money you bring home. When your income does change, for better or worse, it is important to know how you can adapt.


Should Having Children Change Your Retirement Savings Priorities?
Why retirement comes first, then your child’s college fund


If you have children, chances are you want to help them pay for some portion of their university tuition. Although it might be tempting to focus on building your child’s education fund above your retirement fund, it’s not usually the wisest financial move.


Types of Insurance for Your House
Protect your home with the right insurance policies


Your home is a haven for you and your family, and protecting your refuge means investing in insurance. A standard homeowner’s insurance policy covers a lot, but it doesn’t cover everything. It is important to understand the additional types of insurance or extra endorsements available to you and whether or not they apply to your personal circumstances.


Why Online Bill Pay Is Right for You
Taking advantage of the digital age payment method is beneficial for your cash flow

Online bill pay is no longer a question of whether you should or should not do it; there are obvious benefits to making your bill payments online, as long as you are comfortable using this technology.

Exercises to Strengthen Your Brain
Ways to exercise your brain for better health

To maintain a nimble, healthy physique, you have to exercise. Whether you have a regular cardio routine, like to take long walks, run regularly or lift weights at the gym, you know your muscles will get stronger by doing physical exercise. But how do you strengthen the most important muscle in your body: your brain?

6 Most Anticipated Movies of the Summer
Get your tickets early for these summer blockbusters

Summer is synonymous with carefree days, fun in the sun and much-anticipated cinema. After soaking up some rays or trying to avoid a summer shower, escape into the cold A/C of the theater, grab a bucket of buttery popcorn and let the following much-hyped movies sweep you away.

Overnight Breakfast Recipes
A scrumptious way to start your morning

We all want a warm, savory breakfast in the morning, but most of us (particularly those of us who aren’t morning people) don’t want to wake up early or exert the effort needed to prepare such a meal. Luckily, if you plan ahead, you can prepare the dish the night before so it bakes in the slow cooker and is ready to serve come sunrise.

Spring Planting 101
Basics for creating a beautiful garden that’ll last the year

Nothing indicates that spring has sprung better than a lush garden overflowing with blooming bulbs, bright greens and fragrant scents. If daffodils and tulips have a special place in your heart or you dream of adding fresh herbs from your very own garden to your dinner prep routine, these spring planting lessons can make it all both possible and easy.

Coolest Reveals from Auto Show Season
Check out the hottest cars from this year’s auto shows

Annual auto shows have historically been used as platforms for automakers to show off their current lineups and to pull back the veil of new production and concept vehicles. Although some automakers are choosing to have separate bespoke revealing events, this year’s auto show season is still rife with impressive vehicles.

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