EnrichU – Financial Education

 

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For York County to remain strong and thrive, our citizens must manage their financial lives well. No matter your age or your level of education, it’s important to understand the issues that can affect your finances, and stay current with the ever-changing economic environment.

Financial decision-making is more complex than ever before, and most people think that planning for their financial well-being is something they have to do on their own. That’s where York Traditions Bank comes in.

We’ve created EnrichU to help raise the level of financial literacy for our customers, their friends and families. This free, ongoing educational series is designed to be interactive, with engaging conversations about specific money topics.


Join us for our next EnrichU seminar:

FIGHTING FRAUD – IT’S EVERYONE’S BUSINESS

Learn how to limit your organization’s exposure to fraudulent electronic items and checks.
Linda SenftDirector of Regulatory Services, will discuss ways to recognize fraud and help prevent it.
Liz DellingerDirector of Treasury Management, will demonstrate new Fraud Prevention Products available for your business, such as Check Positive Pay and ACH Positive Pay.

There is no charge for this seminar, but there is limited seating, so you must register in advance.
Choose the session that works best for you:

 Wed, July 19, 2017 
7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
Light breakfast provided.
 
Tue, July 25, 2017 
3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Light refreshments provided.
 
Both sessions will be held at  Traditions Center – 226 Pauline Drive, York PA 17402


Would like to be notified about future EnrichU sessions? Sign up for our EnrichU mailing list today and we’ll keep you informed!

EnrichU Financial Education

  • York Traditions Bank keeps your information private. It will never be shared with third parties.

Alternately, you can email enrichU@yorktraditionsbank.com or call (717) 747-2678 and we’ll add you to the list.


The following are websites to help you learn more about money:

MyMoney.gov
Practical Money Skills