No matter where you live in New Hampshire, chances are you have a farm stand or farmer’s market right in your backyard. In fact, there’s no shortage of farms to support in this great state, which is why our team at Franklin Savings Bank is eager to share some resources to help you source the freshest ingredients this summer.
When asked to identify the quintessential ingredient that makes community banking special, I do not hesitate to answer “relationships.” And it has never been more apparent then over the past few months when Franklin Savings Bank reached out to the community during the coronavirus pandemic to provide assistance to our customers in a time of need.
Our team at Franklin Savings Bank is eager to observe Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Awareness Day and published this week’s blog post in order to educate our eligible clients on the opportunity to save their hard earned money.
Data Privacy Day is observed on January 28th and marks an important opportunity for Franklin Savings Bank business and personal customers to prioritize how they protect data and sensitive personal information.
The difference between mutual banks, traditional banks and credit unions lies in their ownership structure.
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