Could Your Business Be Franchised?

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You’ve made your business successful – you’ve grown it, nurtured it, and put in the blood, sweat, and tears. You’ve been through the ups and the downs, learned how to run it with your eyes closed, and know everything right down to the smallest detail, from what you need to order each month to who you need to employ and when. Continue reading “Could Your Business Be Franchised?”

6 simple ways to save!

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If you’re anything like me, you’re incredibly tempted several times a day to spend money on something that you don’t really need. A diet coke from the vending machine, a coffee from Dunkin on the way to work, or that pack of gum by the checkout register. Whatever it is, you spend a few dollars on it – or maybe a few more than a few dollars. And then you forget about it.

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Credit cards – can you have too many?

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If your mailbox looks anything like mine, you probably get a few different credit card offers each week. Some boast a 0% APR, some have a rewards program, and others offer 0% balance transfers. But how do you know what credit card is best, and is there such a thing as having too many cards? Continue reading “Credit cards – can you have too many?”

Keeping up with Technology – the struggle is REAL!

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If you subscribe to our emails (you can sign up here), you’ve probably seen a lot of information over the past year about security updates, fraud alerts, and the ways in which Litchfield Bancorp is constantly making upgrades in order to better serve you and keep your information safe. It’s not an easy job to keep up with technology and its rapid pace, but it’s a necessity that we take very seriously here at the bank. Continue reading “Keeping up with Technology – the struggle is REAL!”

Young Financiers – Sharing your household budget with your children – it’s a win!

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Sharing your salary and spending habits with others has always been very taboo. But, is there ever a time to let the proverbial cat out of the bag and share that information with your children? We say – Absolutely! While we don’t recommend sitting down with your 5-year-old and trying to explain the family budget, we do think once they hit their pre-teens is a good time. Continue reading “Young Financiers – Sharing your household budget with your children – it’s a win!”