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We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'May 2017'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.
Do you often use cash or checks? Do you avoid merchants who don’t accept card payments or mobile payments?
It is thought that the United States first began “writing checks” in 1681, and later officially printing checks in 1762.*
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Why Wake Up with Rhinebeck Bank? Because Wake Up with Rhinebeck Bank brings you information about our local businesses, communities and local non-profits! We share stories from the very people you see each day! Rhinebeck Bank delivers you important local information that you may not otherwise hear about, in an entertaining way.
After marketing the event through numerous platforms, we had a high turnout of attendees. Candidates were able to meet hiring managers on the spot, and go over their resumes and experience. Many new connections were made. Overall, the event was a great success.
We will host another Career Fair in the Fall and look forward to meeting even more interested and qualified candidates. If you plan on attending our next Career Fair, or any Career Fair for that matter, here are some tips:
Last month I discussed whether it was a “great time to list your home?” I commented on the lack of inventory coupled with high demand for housing and the dilemma of those factors not forcing an increase in home values. We posed the question of why the law of supply and demand didn’t seem to be in affect in our area.
To all the graduates out there – CONGRATULATIONS! Remember how you spent the last four years putting in the hours necessary to succeed? Unfortunately your years of hard work aren’t over.
Have you ever received a message, phone call or notice in the mail regarding excessive transactions and Regulation D (“Reg. D”) from your bank? It’s a pretty common occurrence in a world of electronic access to accounts via online banking, mobile banking, debit cards and ACH transactions. So, what exactly is Reg. D and what are excessive transactions?