Simple Steps to Protect Yourself

Simple Steps to Protect Yourself Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing types of financial fraud. It involves crooks assuming your identity by applying for credit, running up huge bills and stiffing creditors — all in your name. Take these steps to protect yourself: 1. Order copies of your credit report once a year to ensure they are accurate….

Security Center

Security Center Keeping your money safe is a priority for us. Here are a few resources to help you maintain the protection you need and the peace of mind you deserve. Protect Your Identity The Federal Trade Commission estimates 10 million people fell victim last year. That’s one in 30 Americans! Identity theft is the fastest-growing crime in the…

Online Mobile Banking Faq

Online & Mobile Banking FAQ Online & Mobile Banking FAQ Honor Bank Online Transition Business FAQs This is a great Quickbooks troubleshooting link for you as well. Mobile Deposit Bill Payments Supported browsers, operating systems, and mobile devices Honor Bank personal digital banking supported browsers include Chrome, Safari, Edge,  and Firefox. Internet Explorer is not supported. Forgotten Login ID/Password

Mortgage QA

Mortgage Q&A The mortgage process can seem overwhelming. We have compiled the following information to better inform you of this process. We know that this does not cover everything. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you and invite you to ask all the questions you have. It is our objective to make this process as easy as possible for you….

Identity Theft Protection

Identity Theft Protection The Federal Trade Commission estimates 10 million people fell victim last year. That’s one in 30 Americans! Identity theft is the fastest-growing crime in the U.S., affecting individuals and businesses alike. No person or business is immune to fraud and identity theft, but you can make it a lot tougher on the bad guys by taking…

Financial Education Articles

Financial Education Articles Tips for managing your money Honor Bank is committed to increasing the financial literacy of our customers and community. Click on any of the topics below for tips on good money management. Share what you learn with your children and grandchildren. When it comes to money management skills, learning can never begin too early. Teaching Your…

Few Things You Should Know About Credit

A Few Things You Should Know About Credit Borrow only what you need and what you can afford to repay. Before you consider what kind of credit to use, you should determine whether you should use credit at all. Ask about the annual percentage rate (APR) of interest charged, if the interest rate is variable, and what fees are…

Everyday Teachable Moments

Everyday Teachable Moments In many families money is a taboo topic. But you can help your children and grandchildren learn financial lessons that will last a lifetime by looking for teachable moments in your daily life that naturally bring up the topic of money. Here are some examples of teachable moments to help you get started:   When depositing…

Establish Good Saving Habits

Establish Good Saving Habits Pay yourself first If you wait to see what’s left over, you are less likely to save. Determine in advance how much money to deposit into a savings account each month. If you receive a raise, increase the amount of money deposited into your savings account. Take advantage of bank technology Consider automatic payroll deductions…

Equifax Data Breach What Do

Equifax Data Breach: What To Do September 8, 2017Seena Gressin, Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC If you have a credit report, there’s a good chance that you’re one of the 143 million American consumers whose sensitive personal information was exposed in a data breach at Equifax, one of the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies. Here…