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Construction Update

April 13, 2018

April 13, 2018:  Steel installation to support the new second floor offices and reinforce the floor to support the new vestibule area has begun.  Most of the changes this week are in non-public areas.  Second floor access to interior stairways has changed; and meeting room walls have been opened up to install reinforcements.


Construction Continues in Main Office

April 9, 2018

April 9, 2018:  Demolition of the old branch space has been completed.  The walk-up ATM off of Main Street has been removed.   Steel installation to support the new second floor offices and reinforce the floor to support the new vestibule area will begin the second week of April.  Some doorways to enter the old branch space are disappearing while new ones appear. 

A Father's Journey of Hope

June 23, 2017

Fatherhood has been both the most rewarding and most difficult experience of my life. I expect that many parents who have kids with special needs or who are battling diseases or disorders feel the same way.

To Reach Your Savings Goals, Take These Steps

April 11, 2017

Saving money is often easier said than done, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. Setting clear goals can motivate you to take action, focus on what’s important and steer clear of overspending.

Here are a few tips on how to set your savings goals.

Assisted Living Is More Affordable Than You Think

March 3, 2017

When an elderly individual needs more care and support than their families can provide, they tend to rule out assisted living as an option because they think they cannot afford it. Often this is because they are looking at the total monthly cost as covering just apartment rental and comparing it to their current housing costs. 

How to Safeguard Your Cash and Personal Info at ATMs

February 8, 2017

An ATM can be a lifesaver when you're on the go and need some fast cash. But as helpful as these machines can be, they're also magnets for fraudsters who are out to make a quick buck. In fact, criminals stole data from magnetic-strip debit cards at ATMs at the highest rate in over 20 years during the first several months of 2015, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.


November 15, 2016

When it comes to managing your finances — saving money and spending money wisely — you often need a little help from your family . . . and friends.

From carpooling to shopping in bulk, to neighborhood get-togethers, there are many ways sharing can reduce costs and, at the same time, provide a

positive experience for all involved. Here are 10 ways to share to improve financial health, provided by the Massachusetts Bankers Association.

Is Fall the Best Time to Buy a House?

November 1, 2016

Sometimes it's smarter to buy certain items according to the season, like sweaters near the end of  winter and swimsuits in late summer. But what's the best season for buying a house?

Are My Assisted Living Expenses Tax Deductible?

October 4, 2016

While it is generally understood that a stay at a skilled nursing facility or nursing home could be tax deductible because they primarily offer medical care, assisted living is often wrongly overlooked. 

Smart Money: Best Moves for 20-Something Investors

September 16, 2016

When it comes to investing early in life, you likely have two things on your side: time and flexibility. Although a 2015 survey found that most millennials don't think they'll have enough money saved for retirement, investing is one way to help build wealth for the future. Here are some of the best investments you can make in your 20s.

How to Fund Your College Social Life While Maintaining Your Financial Health

August 29, 2016

How to Fund Your College Social Life While Maintaining Your Financial Health

Unlike Snoop Dogg, incoming college students might not have their minds on their money and their money on their minds. But if you're just starting out on campus and can put some of your focus on your finances, you have a great opportunity: Knowing how to manage your cash can save you endless headaches down the road.

Here are a few things you can do to keep your finances in order.

Will you accept the challenge to save $50 more this July?

July 5, 2016

Maybe it's the sunshine getting to us, or our eagerness as we count down the days to those vacations we've been saving for all year, but at America Saves we are so excited about summer that we had to plan something special. So, every month this summer, we are holding a new savings challenge.

Independence Day

July 1, 2016

Please take a few minutes on your Independence Day holiday to appreciate the freedom we often take for granted.

Dean Bank Guest Blogs

March 29, 2016

At Dean Bank, we know one of our most reliable sources of information are loyal customers!  Our hope is to tap into these valued resources to create a collection of the interests and knowledge in our community. Are you involved in a community organization or event? Do you have an interesting hobby or talent you’d like to share? Consider joining our ranks as a brilliant contributor!