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Oh, the holidays … some of the happiest times of the year. They’re filled with family, friends, food and festivities. While these are the very things that make the holidays so great, they can leave a dent in your wallet that might just make you a scrooge for the holiday season. Here are some tips to help you cope with holiday spending this year:
How to Make the Most of Summer Travel It’s hard to believe another school year is at an end! Spring has officially blossomed into summer! Who wants to worry about finances and banking when you can be lying on the beach or hanging out at the lake house? We’ve got some great tips to help make your summer vacation a breeze…
As I am sure most of you are aware, Valentine’s Day can get expensive, but we are here to help you save some money with some tips and tricks for this upcoming holiday. When one thinks of Valentine’s Day, they usually think of flowers, jewelry and chocolates, but with a little creativity (and our help), there are several thoughtful alternatives to show your loved ones you still care by breaking the mold and not your bank account.
When living in such a gorgeous location like the Hudson Valley, you should always take some time to enjoy the scenery and get involved with some fun activities for every season. Now that winter’s here, it’s time to go out, enjoy the snow, and get into some holiday activities!
Black Friday. Small Business Saturday. Cyber Monday.
That screaming you hear may just be coming from your wallet after what is traditionally the biggest shopping period of the year. While it certainly does make you feel good to get the perfect gifts for those you love during the holidays, it’s important that you manage your debt this time of year so that you don’t experience the post-holiday shopping blues.
Here we are again! The holiday season is upon us, and for most of us that means family, food, and shopping! And quite a lot of it. It seems that each year those Black Friday special deals are promoted earlier and earlier, so much so that you can’t even keep track of when to get what.
At Rhinebeck Bank, we’re thrilled to be Your Community Bank! We’re your local neighbors and friends who pride ourselves in serving you right in the area where we all live. Working for a community bank has so many benefits, including seeing our customers and small businesses in the Hudson Valley prosper firsthand! Constantly growing, Rhinebeck Bank is personally tied to the community; and with our growth we always strive to provide you with outstanding personal customer service combined with today’s advances in banking! You may have heard about us and what we have to offer, but here are a few things that you may not know about Rhinebeck Bank:
I truly treasure my annual summer vacation with my family! It’s something I look forward to each and every year! For some of us it’s a house in North or South Carolina, or a trip to the jersey shore, and for others it’s a once in a lifetime trip to Disney, the Caribbean or even Europe! Wherever your trip takes you this summer, start saving now so you can spend later.
When January 1st comes around each year, most people try to think of at least one thing they want to improve in the coming year. For many, the resolution is about their health, whether it’s to lose weight, eat healthier, exercise more, or maybe even quit smoking. Experts say that one of the best ways to achieve your New Year’s goals is to start small. Breaking your goals into manageable milestones helps to build the desired habit and eventually that habit becomes a way of life. These milestones also act as small achievements, helping you stay motivated.
It’s the time of the year to look back on the past year, reflect on our successes, and find areas where we can improve. While developing your personal resolutions, it is wise to come up with some career resolutions as well.
There is no substitution for doing your job well. In order to succeed in your career you must have the skills and knowledge to do your job efficiently and correctly. That said, attitude goes a long way. Most people would much rather work with a competent person who is a pleasure to work with over a miserable superstar any day.
So here are some things you can resolve to do in the New Year in order to be successful both in your career and in your office relationships.
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