Stop Fraud Colorado!

Stop Fraud Colorado!

November 19, 2018

As part of wishing you a happy holiday season, Alpine Bank wants to share some tips from the Colorado Attorney General on how to keep your holiday fraud free. Unfortunately, this time of year provides opportunities for unscrupulous individuals to take advantage of our generous natures. Be alert for charity scams, identity theft and different …

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Making Your Accounts More Secure

Making Your Accounts More Secure

October 5, 2018

Here are six Cyber Security tips to make your accounts even more secure: TIP #1 – Multi-Factor authentication and notifications Enabling login notifications, account notifications, and multi-factor authentication on all of your accounts can greatly reduce the effects of your password getting compromised. • Turn on Login notifications. • Enable multi-factor authentication or one-time passcodes …

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Retirement Planning: Professional Help Can Pay Off

Retirement Planning: Professional Help Can Pay Off

October 5, 2018

Gone are the days when retirement meant the ability to live comfortably off payouts from a pension plan and Social Security benefits. People are living longer, increasing the odds that the average retiree will face significant medical expenses or long-term care. Planning for retirement has become more important than ever. According to the U.S. Census …

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Change Matters!

Change Matters!

September 19, 2018

Did you know that Alpine Bank’s debit card rewards program rounds up to the next whole dollar every time you use your Alpine Bank Visa® debit card? Once you enroll in Change Matters®, the rounded-up amount from each transaction is then transferred from your checking account into your designated Alpine Bank savings or money market …

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Help Your Kids Learn About Money

Help Your Kids Learn About Money

August 16, 2018

While the income of your children may be limited to an allowance and cash gifts for birthdays or a tooth fairy stipend, the importance of teaching children how to manage their “finances” cannot be overstated –especially since parents’ attitudes about saving and spending heavily influences their children. A recent study found that a child’s attitude …

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Why You May Want to Consider Establishing a Trust

Why You May Want to Consider Establishing a Trust

July 20, 2018

If you’ve always thought that trusts are something for only the wealthiest people in society who have hordes of money to pass on to their children and grandchildren, think again. While it’s true that wealthy families often establish trusts for their heirs, trusts also offer advantages for people with more modest assets. Trusts allow you …

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Alpine Bank Opens New DTC Branch

Alpine Bank Opens New DTC Branch

June 22, 2018

Alpine Bank’s new Denver Tech Center (DTC) location is open for business. DTC is the bank’s 39 th Colorado location and Alpine’s third Denver branch, joining Cherry Creek and Union Station. “On behalf of our Denver Tech Center team, we’re thrilled to bring Alpine Bank’s brand of outstanding customer service to the rapidly growing South Metro …

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So You’re Planning a Wedding

So You’re Planning a Wedding

May 22, 2018

Planning a wedding can be lots of fun. It can also be expensive. The average wedding in the U.S. cost $33,391 in 2016, according to The Knot’s 2017 Real Weddings Study. If paying for a wedding is in your future –either yours or your child’s – the first thing you should plan is a spending …

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Quick Tips: Improve Your Credit Score

Quick Tips: Improve Your Credit Score

May 22, 2018

While a single missed or late payment on a credit card or loan won’t destroy your credit score, it doesn’t take much to negatively impact your credit rating, and the damage can be long-lasting. Damage to your credit score can last for as long as seven years, or ten years in the case of bankruptcy. …

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Why HSAs

Why HSAs

March 13, 2018

No matter how old you are, medical expenses are unpleasant and often exorbitantly high. As we get older and the need for healthcare increases, so too do healthcare costs. So if you are among the growing number of people with a high-deductible health insurance plan (HDHP), you’ll want to give serious consideration to a health …

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National Small Business Association Surveys Businesses About Regulations

National Small Business Association Surveys Businesses About Regulations

January 30, 2018

The National Small Business Association (NSBA), which bills itself as “the nation’s first small business advocacy organization,” recently conducted a survey among 1,000 small-business owners, on how government regulations affect them. The survey was conducted between President Trump’s election and his inauguration from November 28, 2016 through January 10, 2017. The survey found the two …

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