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Five ways to bank safer for National Cybersecurity Month


October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of cybersecurity, and a time for all of us to refresh our knowledge of cybersecurity best [. . .]

4 low-cost strategies to fight the high cost of fraud

In 2016, 30% of fraud cases occurred in small businesses, and 60% of these didn’t recover any of... [. . .]

Smart ways to prevent fraud from hacking into your profits

When you're focused on growing your business, we know that finding the time to think about fraud protection can be difficult. [. . .]

Homebuyer's Helper: How much home can you afford?


People often start their search by getting a preapproved mortgage. That may speed things up—but there's a big difference between how much you can borrow and how much you can afford. [. . .]

To Buy or Not to Buy: 3 Questions Every Renter Needs to Consider


Today, 37% of all U.S. [. . .]

The benefits of reserve studies for homeowner and community associations

By: Dev Singh

As part of the Specialty Banking Group at Webster, I have had the opportunity to help many local homeowner and community associations develop strategies for managing their finances. [. . .]

Pardon me, is that my tax refund in your pocket?


How to protect yourself against tax-related fraud Imagine filing your tax return only to find that some stranger beat you to it. Sound crazy? It’s actually the latest craze among identity thieves. And right now is peak season. [. . .]

Spending too much life on your money? Time for a refund.


Spending too much life on your money? Time for a refund. Between work, kids and home, you don't have time to get bogged down by your money. Hours spent on trips to the bank, paying bills and paperwork can rob you of the time and energy you need for more important things. [. . .]

What kind of saver are you?


When you think about saving money, what's the first thing that pops into your head? Guilt? Fear? Excitement? Your feelings about saving money say a lot about the type of saver you are. And knowing the type of saver you are is key to find the saving strategies that will work best for you. [. . .]

Market Insights - August 2016


What will it take to stimulate the economy? [. . .]