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Friday June 24 2016

Lake Livin’: no need to drive into town

Heidi Thole, Walker, shares how mobile banking gives you more time for summer fun.

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Wednesday June 22 2016

Reducing Risk: Slip-resistant Shoes and Loss History Analysis

Jon Erickson, CIC, CRM, CWCA, explains that to manage risk, you must first identify it.

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Wednesday June 15 2016

Money Travel Tips: Cash, Credit Cards, and Other Forms of Payment

We are currently entering the most popular time of the year for people to take vacations. As the date of departure gets closer, we suddenly start stressing out and think to ourselves, “What should I take for forms of payment? What is safest? What happens if I lose them? Who would I contact?”

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Thursday June 09 2016

Using Fireworks Safely

Cory King provides helpful tips on how to prevent firework burn injuries while you celebrate this summer.

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Thursday June 09 2016

Bank Forward ESOP celebrated in May

Fargo ND – Tom Watson, Bank Forward president and ESOP trustee, has announced that Bank Forward celebrated the 16th anniversary of their Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) in May. The event included training and education of employees and an employee lunch at individual locations.

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Friday June 03 2016

Bank/Insure Forward scholarship winners announced

Photos: (l-r) Keenan Kvamme, Natalie DuBois, Jenna Rieth, Camille Kawasaki, Nicole Anderson-Weir, Berit Dybing, Emily Widman.

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Thursday May 12 2016

Janine Anderson Earns CPIA Designation

Janine Anderson, insurance sales agent for Insure Forward, New Rockford, recently was awarded the designation of Certified Professional Insurance Agent (CPIA), a professional designation conferred by the American Insurance Marketing and Sales Society (the AIMS Society).

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Monday May 02 2016

7 Tips to Help Older Adults Choose the Right Caregiver

According to the National Council on Aging, almost 90 percent of the financial abuse committed against older Americans are at the hands of someone they know and trust. Here are seven tips to help older Americans choose the right financial caregiver and prevent elder financial abuse.

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Monday May 02 2016

14 Red Flags for Elder Financial Abuse

The key to spotting financial abuse is a change in a person’s established financial patterns.

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Monday May 02 2016

Don't Fall Victim to the Grandparent Scam

According to the Federal Trade Commission, between 2012 and 2014, consumers reported more than $42 million in losses from scams involving the impersonation of family members and friends. This scam, commonly known as the “grandparent scam,” is a form of financial abuse that deliberately targets older Americans.

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Monday May 02 2016

5 Ways to Spot a Lottery Scam

According to the FBI, in 2014 consumers lost more than $8 million to solicitation scams. These scams, commonly referred to as “advance fee,” “lottery” or “sweepstake” scam, often begin with fraudsters telling the victim they’ve won a lottery or sweepstake raffle. The consumer is issued a check worth more than the amount owed and instructed to pay taxes and fees before receiving a lump sum payment. Unfortunately, the check––in addition to the raffle––is bogus.

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