Now that you’ve celebrated your big day, it’s time to think about building a new life together. A big part of that new life is sharing your finances.
We want to take an opportunity to spotlight our tremendous DEI Department, and not only the strides they are making in developing our Financial Literacy programs, but all of their hard work in facilitating diversity, equity and inclusion partnerships and initiatives both within and outside of the bank.
Two robust grants are now available in the city of New Bedford, thanks to the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The grants are designed to address economic and public health impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Do you own a small business in Fall River that was impacted by COVID-19? The Fall River American Rescue Plan (FRARPA) wants to help you, with a Small Business Recovery Grant. Grants of $2,500 and $5,000 are now available to qualifying businesses.
Cybercrime is always a threat in this information age, but there are also some simple ways to keep your information and your money safe.
What can individuals and businesses do to reduce the impact of a data breach? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recommends following the steps.
When it’s cold outside, it shouldn’t be cold inside too! A leaky home can leave you freezing in winter and hurt your wallet through higher heating bills.
We want you to be aware that scammers have been contacting bank customers, saying they work for the bank’s “Fraud Department.”
Learn about the steps you can take right now to protect yourself.
When buying a new home, you can find several types of mortgage loans. So how do you find the right loan when the mortgage options become overwhelming?
Watch as the BayCoast Patriot experiences an Interactive Teller Machine (ITM) for the first time.
Find 10 tried-and-true tips for saving money. Start with these and you’ll be well on your way to achieving your long-term financial goals.
As you consider a passbook savings account, learn more about what they are and their primary benefits.
On this 170th anniversary, we wish to thank our valued customers.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is committed to helping consumers and small business owners make informed decisions about their money.
Some individuals have received fictitious emails that claim to be sent from BayCoast Bank’s e-Commerce Department.
When you use the internet, whether on a computer, tablet or other device, increase your protection by following these simple tips:
The best protection against identity theft is to carefully protect your personal information