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Jarrettsville Federal Awakens Community Spirit; Starting Traditions Right Here
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by Gary BarnoffSpring and summer are the times of year when everyone wants to get outside after a long winter.  We see each other in the community, we catch up with acquaintances and marvel at how much children have grown over the past year.&nbs...

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by Nancy DornConsumers have so many choices in banking today.  Most banks have similar product offerings, like free checking accounts, checking with interest, various savings products and a variety of loan types.  It’s common to shop around...

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by Gary Barnoff, President and CEOThis is the second in a series of posts on identity theft.Cyber attackers are on the prowl, and you could be their next victim!  If this sounds scary to you, it should.  According to www.identitytheft.info,...

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This is the first in a series of blogs on identity theft and how to prevent it.by Gary Barnoff, President and CEOIn many ways, the Internet has made life easier.  From e-mailing to paying bills to banking, many of our daily chores can be conquer...

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By Nancy Dorn, Senior Vice President/Bank Operations OfficerWhat’s your New Year’s resolution?  Perhaps it’s to try to eat healthier or go to the gym more often.  Maybe it’s to try to get a better grip on your finances or spend more quality...

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by Denise Busson, Vice President, Mortgage LendingThe New Year has officially begun after a holiday season filled with family, food, fun, presents…and BILLS!   A new iPhone 7 for your teenage daughter?  Check.  A pair of shiny, to...

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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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