Important Notice for ATM Clients: PNC ATMs are no longer surcharge-free, please do not use any PNC ATMs, instead find an alternative surcharge-free ATM
Counterfeit or fake check scams are on the rise. You may have heard about lottery scams, but there are also check overpayment scams, internet auction scams and secret shopper scams. The checks look very authentic, because scammers often use high quality printers and scanners to print the checks. These checks are printed with names and addresses of real financial institutions. The account numbers and routing numbers may be real, however, the check can still be a fake. Anything is possible from personal checks to corporate checks to money orders and even cashier’s checks.
In observance of "Teach Children to Save Day" on April 11, Marquette Bank, is encouraging local families to recognize the day by communicating the value of saving money to the young people in their lives.
Important Information for ATM Deposit Customers Starting 4/30/16, due to decreasing volume, Marquette Bank-owned ATMs will no longer accept deposits. Please use the bank drive-up during business hour
Marquette Bank has been updating our ATM machines with EMV-enabled “Chip” card readers. The new readers operate differently...
Get the Hometown Advantage and a great rate when you open a Home Equity Line before September 30, plus get FunRewards redeemable for a $50 gift card
Local bank celebrates Illinois soldiers through its annual Adopt-a-Soldier program
Marquette Bank is updating our ATM machines with EMV-enabled “Chip” card readers. New readers will operate differently. Follow instructions on the screen. To find alternative free ATMs, search online.
Local bank expands elder care and life care planning capabilities to make estate planning easier
Important Information: EMV “Chip” Cards Are Coming to Marquette Bank This is an industry wide effort to increase the security of in-person, card-present purchases/transactions.
For more information on effective money management and financial fitness, consider the books and web sites listed below.
Balancing Made Simple
Local bank to give away $200 give away $200 gift ards to 22 local classrooms
Local bank remembers employee and raises money for the Michael Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation
Neighborhood bank employees donate, prepare and serve dinner at weekly event
Neighborhood bank raises $750 for Greater Chicago Food Depository
In recognition of American Housing Month, Marquette Bank is offering tips to help consumers prepare for one of the first steps in the home buying process – saving for a down payment.
Social Engineering is the art of manipulating people so they give up confidential information. The type of information these criminals are looking for can vary, but it’s often passwords, social security numbers, bank information or ways to secretly install malicious software.
Don't just dream about owning your perfect home, buy it!
Consider these universal tips to improve your financial outlook.
The New Year is a great time to review your finances, revisit your goals and put together a plan.
In recognition of National Data Privacy Day on Jan. 28, Marquette Bank, a locally-owned neighborhood bank, is urging customers to take an active role in protecting their data.
Being financially prosperous takes a conscientious effort on your part each and every day. Proper steps need to be taken in order to stay on track financially.
$7,500 cash assistance for down payment & closing costs, Available in Boone, Cook, DeKalb, Fulton, Kane, Marion,
McHenry, St. Clair, Will & Winnebago counties
Enjoy an evening of refreshments and networking with local businesses and professionals.
Neighborhood Bank Raises Awareness for Data Privacy Day Jan. 28
Whether you’re a renter or a homeowner, chances are you care about protecting the environment – and saving money. Here are some tips from Marquette Bank to help you do both.
If you want to buy a home and have a steady
income and good credit, Marquette Bank and
the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago can
It's is time to get together, start some conversations, expand your network and get some business done at this multi-chamber event.
Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week is Jan. 25-29
The next time you receive a frantic call from someone saying they are your grandchild and asking for money, make sure it’s actually your grandchild who’s calling.
Qualified buyers get up to $5,000
towards down payment or closing costs
Don't miss this Business After Hours event. Enjoy an evening of refreshments and networking with local businesses and professionals.
Neighborhood bank offers 61 high school seniors $2,500 to continue their education
Nearly eight out of 10 U.S. tax filers will receive a federal tax refund this year. As millions of Americans await reimbursement from Uncle Sam, Marquette Bank highlights five tips for making the most of their tax refund.
Neighborhood bank awarded highest possible performance rating by the U.S. Federal Reserve
Managing your finances using a smartphone or tablet can be very convenient. However, you should consider these safety tips to protect your account information:
You will learn important estate planning information...
Neighborhood bank celebrates 49th Annual Scholarship Program
The following tips are designed to help you manage your money more effectively.
Show Marquette some love, win a t-shirt.
Marquette Bank's Homebuyer Education Class will help you determine what you can afford to buy and more...
Annual Adopt-a-Family project provides gifts to over 110 individuals this holiday season
Come learn about Medicare & Medicare Supplements including the benefits of Medicare Parts A and B.
Neighborhood bank awards scholarships to 59 graduating seniors from local schools
Learn the basics of household budgeting...
Local bank observes Good Neighbor Day with annual Neighborhood Gift Project, giveaways and refreshments
Each year more and more millennials are getting married or starting to grow their families. Many are coming to realize they want more space or want to move closer to family. In honor of American Housing Month, Marquette Bank offers these six steps to help you save for your down payment.
Understanding credit and how banking works and more...
Employees prepared breakfast for recruits as part of the Adopt-a-Sailor program
Step by step instructions for using the Personal Budget Planner
Topics of Discussion: Employee Healthcare Costs for 2017, Healthcare Trends for Illinois Employers, Affordable Healthcare Act: A Look Back, Ahead and Cost Considerations for Companies, Healthcare Election Promises: Implications for Businesses
Local bank donates school supplies to neighborhood schools and organizations
The following tips are designed to help you reduce your debt quickly and economically.
Join us for this exciting Trip Preview Showcase to learn about upcoming travel opportunities.
Neighborhood bank employees raise money and donate pet supplies to local animal shelters
Money is a hard topic. No matter your age or financial situation, you should actively manage your finances. Don’t ignore your finances or wait to react to money issues. Talk about it, define your goals and make a plan:
Now is your chance to meet a Marquette Wealth Management Financial Advisor and see how they can help you build your wealth and achieve your financial goals.
Neighborhood bank fights hunger through food donations and volunteering
The following recommendations are designed to help you establish and or grow your personal savings.
Neighborhood bank employees donate, prepare and serve dinner for people in need
Many millenials are overloaded with student loans, credit card debt, and a serious lack of savings – both emergency and retirement. Living at home may provide some much desired financial stability, just when it’s needed most. One-third of millennials are now living with their parents.
Whether you’re preparing to rent or buy, Marquette Bank encourages you to be familiar with the following housing terms
Neighborhood bank assembles over 500 meal bags and sorts clothes for My Joyful Heart
Neighborhood bank employees donate food and time to feed the hungry in south side neighborhoods
The weeks leading up to April 15 – tax deadline day – are often vulnerable ones for consumers, as W-2s and tax returns containing their personal information circulate over the internet and through the mail.
Neighborhood Bank collects more than 400 toys for children in need
Neighborhood bank donates almost 270 winter items to local organizations
If you are thinking about purchasing a home in 2016, be prepared. Begin your journey, using these 10 steps:
Neighborhood bank awards $200 gift cards to 24 local classrooms
Neighborhood bank offers 61 high school seniors $2,500 to continue their education
Local bank encourages employees, customers and neighbors to donate non-perishable food items to support food pantries
According to the Internal Revenue Service, the nation’s taxpayers received an average tax refund of nearly $3,000 last year. To help clients make the most out of their money consider the following tips...
Local bank encourages employees, customer and neighbors to donate non-perishable food items to support food pantries
We were in the store and I heard the familiar phrase, “Mom can I get this please?” from my daughter. “What is it?” I asked. “It’s a special brush I’ve wanted forever, because it doesn’t cause any pain when your hair is tangled,” she said. Sounds reasonable, right? Except we’ve all been down this road before with kids when it comes to money discussions or maybe not. Are you comfortable talking to your children about money?
Vacations are meant to be fun and relaxing. You do your research and plan what to take with you. However, you also need a little planning to prevent yourself from becoming a victim. Tourists are often targeted by thieves at home and on vacation.
Neighborhood bank offers 12 tips for protecting your mobile devices
As you transition from College life to the working world, there are several traps you need to avoid in order to get your finances on track. Forming positive financial habits now will position you for long term success.
Neighborhood bank celebrates relocated branch with special customer events
What do millennials want? That's a question every industry, including financial services, is asking now, because the generation born between 1981 and 2000 is the largest living generation -- even bigger than the baby boomers.
Neighborhood bank offers 4 steps to building an emergency savings account
Bank Employees Celebrate 15 Years of Participation and Contribute Over $7,500 for Breast Cancer Research
Neighborhood bank recognized by Latinos Progresando for community outreach activities
Local bank hosts sixth annual Evelyn's Walk in remembrance of former employee.
Neighborhood bank re-vamps and re-energizes website to meet customer needs
Stay up to date on Marquette Bank's debit card migration to more secure EMV "Chip" cards.
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