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6 Items for Your New Home’s To Do List
By Washington Trust / June 28, 2016
Now that you’re settling in to your new home, there are some important things you need to consider.

7 Pointers to Help Seniors Live at Home Longer
By Washington Trust / June 13, 2016
The vast majority of older Americans want to remain in their homes as they grow older, also known as aging in place. Washington Trust is offering the following tips for those considering this option. Take a hard look at your finances. Arrange a meeting with a trusted family member or friend and a banker. It’s critical to understand your financial resources, how long they’ll last and what housing options are the most cost effective for you.

5 Important Questions When Choosing Your First Home
By Washington Trust / June 13, 2016
Moving into your own place can be exciting and frightening at the same time. Washington Trust suggests considering the following questions when choosing your own home.

7 Things To Remember When Hiring A Contractor
By Washington Trust / June 13, 2016
A home improvement loan is a great way to help pay for big or small upgrades and remodels to your home. Washington Trust’s Home Improvement Express Loan is perfect for financing roof or window repairs, a new patio or driveway, a new furnace, or any other home improvement on your list.

10 Ways to Protect Your Personal Information and Your Money
By Washington Trust / March 18, 2016
The news often includes reports about thieves gaining access to sensitive personal information that can be used to commit fraud or steal money, sometimes involving major security breaches at large companies such as retailers.

Saving for College — Why Waiting Could Cost You
By Washington Trust / March 18, 2016
Being able to afford to send your children to the colleges of their choice, without being limited by cost, can be one of the greatest satisfactions of being a parent.

Talking to Children about Money
By Washington Trust / March 18, 2016
In many families, talking about money can be uncomfortable, and in some cases, almost taboo. When children request something that costs more than the family is comfortable spending, children of different ages react differently.

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