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By Gary BarnoffThe holidays are the times when “tradition” is forefront for many people.   I love hearing the stories about the long-standing family traditions of cutting down the Christmas tree, celebrating Hanukah, Christmas or Kwanza wit...

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by Nancy Dorn, Branch ManagerEvery year it seems the “holiday hype” starts earlier and earlier at retail stores.  Holiday decorations are out at the same time children are trick-or-treating.   Retailers are advertising Black Friday on ...

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By John RealePeople often ask how their credit score factors in a loan decision.  While a credit score is a reflection of a person's overall credit situation, at Jarrettsville Federal, we look at a potential borrower's whole picture, rather than...

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By Gary Barnoff, PresidentLiterally, “mutual” means a common interest; something shared, or joined.  We often think of “mutual funds,” if we’re talking financials, or “mutual friends” if we’re talking people.  When it comes to banking, the ...

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by Nancy Dorn, Branch ManagerAmong some of the most popular October traditions are bonfires and pumpkins, corn mazes and hot chocolate, and… Christmas Clubs.   Anyone who has a Christmas Club will tell you that every October they reap the b...

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By Gary Barnoff, PresidentThe voting is in progress for the best products and services in Harford County, as named by readers of Harford Magazine.  The annual “Best of” awards are bestowed on those organizations that garner enough votes from the...

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Community Support Rewarding On Its Own
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As a community bank, we do as much as we can to be involved locally.  Our business decisions are made right at our branch on Norrisville Road, by people who live in the area and who know the economy and the neighborhood landscape.  We know ...

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A mortgage is a serious commitment.  It comes with expectations and risks on both sides.  Mortgage lenders will carefully scrutinize borrowers to determine whether they are a good credit risk.  If you’re a homebuyer this spring, you’re...

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Spring is in the air! The weather is (slightly) warmer, the flowers are blooming, and it’s the busiest season of the year for home buying and selling. According to Forbes.com, the months of April, May and June generally make up 40 percent of annual h...

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