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Life Insurance— Changing times, changing needs

When Judy purchased her life insurance policy 10 years ago, she thought her insurance planning was complete. She assumed that if she paid her premiums on time, she could sit back and not think about life insurance anymore. Judy’s life insurance may…

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Alternatives for college funding: a primer

Although we all know that “time flies,” it seems to move particularly fast as we watch our children grow. Yet, in considering a college future for a newborn, it is understandable that parents might procrastinate, since seventeen years seems so far in…

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Webster Volunteer Recognition Grant Program

The Volunteer Recognition Grant Program gives bankers an opportunity to nominate their favorite nonprofits and community organizations to receive modest grants to pursue their missions. For many bankers, volunteering is not only a way to make a…

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529 plans vs. other college savings options

529 plans can be a great way to save for college, but they're not the only way. When you're investing for a major goal like education, it makes sense to be familiar with all of your options.

Mutual funds

Mutual funds are an option to save…

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Test your investment IQ with our five-question quiz

Whether you've been investing for years or just made your first stock purchase, you may find that the more you learn, the more you realize you don't know. From capital gains taxes to dividends, how well do you know investing? Test your investment IQ…

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Considerations when purchasing life insurance

Discussing the importance of owning life insurance can be a sensitive topic — after all, few people like to talk about death. However, if others depend on your support, or if you have substantial assets that you wish to transfer to future generations,…

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Indefinitely working from home? Use this opportunity to save money

Your savings might not stem from tax breaks, but rather from other financial benefits. You won’t be spending money on commuting, restaurant lunches, after-work happy hours, etc. Now is a great time to update your budget and financial plans accordingly…