Now is the perfect time to join the “go local” movement by banking locally with a community bank like The Harbor Bank of Maryland.
More than half of consumers are expected to shop over the Internet this year. The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA)...
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If you’re helping one of your children go off to college for the first time, or return to college, Erie Insurance may be able to help you save some money and gain some extra protection.
Having good credit is essential to qualify for a mortgage or finance a purchase, and it often helps determine the rate you will receive on any type of loan. The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and The Harbor Bank of Maryland urge consumers to practice smart saving and spending habits now to help establish good credit that will serve as the foundation for a more secure financial future.
Life insurance helps ensure that the people you care about will be provided for financially, even if you’re not there to care for them yourself.
With affordable new term rates from Erie Family Life1, this is the perfect time to save on life insurance.
When purchasing a home insurance policy, it’s important to buy enough coverage to protect yourself against financial loss if a catastrophe would occur.
Sixty-four percent of homes are undervalued, and potentially underinsured, by an average of 19 percent, according to Marshall & Swift/Boeckh, a California-based company that calculates residential building cost data.
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More help for small business owners trying to recover from riots in Baltimore last month.
General Motors and Subaru are adding vehicles to the growing list of models being recalled by 11 automakers due to potentially exploding airbags.
A labor dispute on the West Coast is affecting the way Baltimore-based Under Armour does business.
It is the largest consumer product recall in U.S. history. Nearly 34 million cars in the U.S. are now included in the expanded recall for airbags that could potentially explode.
The Maryland Agriculture Department is launching a pilot project that could help consumers avoid sticker shock at farmers markets.