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Exciting New Changes to Online Banking Coming February 21

On Wednesday, February 21, we will be making some exciting enhancements to MVSB online banking.

Responsive User Interface

We’ll be updating online banking with a refreshed, screen-responsive design.  For optimal viewing, each page will automatically adjust to your computer or mobile devices screen size.  You’ll notice an updated look and feel when you visit online banking after the upgrade, but don’t worry – there have been no changes to the menu options and you’ll find all the same widgets and services on the home page.

Upgraded Personal Financial Management Tool

We’re excited to let you know that our current financial management and budgeting tool, FinanceWorks will be upgraded to industry-leading Money ManagementMoney Management offers an updated look and user experience, with higher levels of accuracy in spending analysis and trending.

You’ll experience enhanced account aggregation, spending categorization, customized financial goals, alerts and much more! Money Management will also be available from the MVSB mobile app.

Learn more

We know quick and convenient access to financial information is a priority for our customers and we hope these upgrades will make managing your finances even simpler.  We offer the latest online and mobile banking tools to ensure you can access your account information whenever and wherever you need to.

If you ever have any questions about these upgrades or if you need a hand getting started, please give us a call  at 800.922.6872 or stop by any of our branch offices.


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