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Introducing a New Way to Pay with Your MVSB Debit Card: Mobile Wallet

We’re excited to introduce a new way to pay with your MVSB debit card: mobile wallet! You’ll no longer need to fumble through your wallet for your debit card, this new service allows you to make purchases at participating merchants right from your mobile phone or device.

Just tap, pay and you’re on your way!

Automatic vs. Manual Bill Pay
Here are some of the best ways to utilize automatic and manual payments

The increase of technology in our society is not only seeping into our media and personal tech, but also into our finances. Many of your bills likely allow you to pay online and some will even have an option for automatic payments, with the money coming out of your account each month without you having to lift a finger or send a check in the mail.

What Does a 529 College Savings Plan Cover?
529 college savings plans are only eligible for spending on certain expenses

The cost of attendance at American universities is skyrocketing year after year, with a college education now costing up to six figures. 529 college savings plans offer a tax-free way to save money for your education. However, there are a few conditions since the money is tax-free, including what you can spend that money on. Here are a few of the qualified expenses included in the plan.

MVSB Business Development Team Welcomes Chris Dickinson

We are pleased to welcome Chris Dickinson to the MVSB team as Vice President, Business Development and Small Business Lending. Dickinson, who is based in Meredith, offers a full range of banking solutions to local business owners, municipalities and nonprofits. He has stepped in for Marcus Weeks, who was selected to succeed Christine Harris-Fletcher as Senior Vice President, Senior Retail Banking Officer.

Tips for Buying an Existing Business
Hit the ground running with an established enterprise

If you’re not sure whether you have the skills or patience to build something from the ground up, buying an existing business is another option.

Exciting New Changes to Online Banking Coming February 21

You'll soon notice a new look and a device-responsive design when you access online banking. We're also upgrading our current financial management and budgeting tool, FinanceWorks, with industry-leading Money Management. You’ll experience enhanced account aggregation, spending categorization, customized financial goals, alerts and much more!

MVSB & the Merrimack Gather Mittens and Donate Over $4,000 to the NH Food Bank

Sister Banks, Meredith Village Savings Bank and Merrimack County Savings Bank are grateful for members of the community who donated cold weather items to their annual Mitten Tree drives. More than 2,000 mittens, gloves, hats and scarves were collected and distributed to local schools and non-profits and over $4,000 was donated to the NH Food Bank.

Paying it Forward: How to Give Back in 2018
Ways to spread kindness and pay it forward in 2018

If giving back or paying it forward is one of your goals for 2018, but you're a little unsure on how to actually accomplish this philanthropic plan, don’t worry. With the following suggestions, you'll be inspired by a variety of small, big and in-between ways to pay it forward, making your 2018 goal of giving back easy to do.

Home Remedies to Alleviate Cold Symptoms
Avoid another doctor’s visit with these at-home methods

The common cold doesn't always require a doctor's visit, but the symptoms can sometimes leave you lethargic. If you’re stuck on the couch with a box of tissues in your lap, consider these at-home remedies to make your symptoms a little more bearable.

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