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Now Offering QuickStart HELOCs

HELOCs are a great way to pay for home repairs, tuition, medical expenses and more often with lower interest rates. Our new QuickStart HELOC program offers our same great rates and benefits with a quicker turnaround time. Loan amounts range from $10,000 up to $100,000.

For more information click www.ebsb.com/personal/loans/home-equity-
loans/quickstart-heloc
or visit your local branch office.

“The Snowplow ‘Superfecta’”



As another amazing summer in New England comes to an end, it’s inevitable that we have to face the reality of what’s around the corner. Snow, ice, wind, and the big business of snow plowing.



How to Transfer Retirement Savings If You Die
Take the right steps to protect your legacy


When people think about retirement, their top concern is usually whether they will have enough money to live comfortably. Unfortunately, though understandably, they often forget about their eventual death. To make life as easy as possible for your loved ones after you have died, you should ensure you have set things up correctly.


Pros and Cons of Paying Off Your Loans Early
Is there ever a wrong time to pay off a loan early?


Carrying loan debt can be stressful if you have other things you’d rather be doing with your money — and, frankly, who doesn’t? This leads to the noble ambition of wanting to pay off your loans as early as possible, which can pay dividends for you in terms of saving money and anxiety. However, even if you have the means, is it always the right decision to pay off a loan or debt early?


Why You Should Open a Savings Account for Your Business
Learn the benefits of keeping your money separate


As the owner of a business, you’ve probably opened a business checking account so that you can pay your suppliers and separate enterprise money from your personal accounts. If you really want your business to be as sound as possible, consider going one step further and opening a business savings account.


Come Get Your SHRED on with Us!
Free Community Shredding Event



We are offering a Free Community Shredding event on Saturday, September 15th from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at our Orient Heights and West Roxbury branches. You are invited to bring personal paper documents (please no paper or binder clips) for secure and safe, on-site shredding (maximum of 3 boxes).

Get Your Running Sneakers Ready!
EBSB's 13th Annual 5K Bay Run/Walk Road Race

Please join us on Sunday, September 30, 2018 for our 13th Annual 5K Bay Run/Walk Road Race benefiting East Boston Savings Bank Charitable Foundation. Our Charitable Foundation provides funding to support charitable causes and community development activities within the communities of East Boston Savings Bank.


Community Outreach at our Roslindale Branch



We want to give a big thank you to Eddy Barrett, Boston Police (right) for his regular visits to our Roslindale branch and Vincent Cameron, Boston Public Works (left) for his effort to keep our neighborhood clean.



Check Presentation to the Boston Socaholics 11th Annual Carnival Celebration

We proudly donated $500 to the Boston Socaholics 11th Annual Carnival Celebration. Boston Socaholics are formed by a group of individuals that are very passionate about keeping the Caribbean culture alive. It is an explosion of color, music, revelry, creativity and competitiveness. They have numerous floats with individuals dressed in many different colorful costumes, very similar to the Rio de Janeiro Carnival in Brazil.


Wellness Checks to Schedule before School Starts
Make sure to schedule these health checks before autumn arrives


Going back to school is a stressful time for parents; particularly when making sure your children have all of the supplies they need for their classes, as well as the best clothes and nutritious meals. One thing you should definitely address before your children get to the classroom is their health and wellness.


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