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December Tips

Why Do Online Shoppers Have to Take Special Precautions? The convenience of online shopping is helping more people than ever this year. You can search from multiple vendors and compare prices with just a few clicks. Unfortunately, that convenience can come at a cost because online shopping is also very popular with criminals who want […]

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November Tips

Avoiding Social Engineering and Phishing Attacks What is social engineering? When someone uses human interactions to obtain or compromise information from a person or organization, it’s called social engineering. By asking questions of the right people, he or she may be able to piece together enough information to gather private personal information or infiltrate an […]

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October Tips

It’s the time of year when budgets get busted if you don’t pay close attention to your spending. With gifts, parties, and festive meals, it can be challenging to remember that you don’t have to go into debt to enjoy this time of year. Here are some tips to help you stay on track during […]

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September Tips

If you’re looking for your first home or planning to make improvements to the home you have now, selecting the bank you work with is as important as which house or which contractor you choose. At First Nebraska Bank, we know getting a loan can be a stressful, challenging experience. That’s way, when you ask […]

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August Tips

COVID Spawns Businesses ID Theft While consumer identity theft has historically been more common than ID theft targeting businesses, commercial credit reporting firm Dun & Bradstreet saw more than a 100 percent increase in business identity theft last year. That number is expected to increase this year as the COVID-19 pandemic reaps havoc on the […]

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July Tips

Tech Support Scam Uses Illicit Material Warning A new email scam is making the rounds, warning recipients that someone using their Internet address has been caught viewing child pornography. The message claims to have been sent from Microsoft Support, and says the recipient’s Windows license will be suspended unless they call an “MS Support” number to reinstate the […]

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June Tips

National Splurge Day The year is full of shopping days — from Cyber Monday to Black Friday, and there’s also a day to celebrate just about anything you can think of. March 9? Meatball Day. August 16? Rollercoaster Day. We have days to shop for other people and to celebrate different things. What about a […]

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May Tips

A Message From the CEO This is the most important thing I can convey to you, my co-workers and customers. On April 23, 2020, I had the opportunity to share with our board of directors the ENORMOUS pride and appreciation that I feel when discussing the resiliency, dedication, thoughtfulness, compassion, and selflessness of my coworkers […]

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April Tips

5 Ways to Boost Your Financial Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic Financial decisions can be tough enough under normal circumstances. They have become especially challenging during these uncertain times. If you’re feeling stressed and concerned about your finances, you’re not alone. Here are five things you can do (or not do) with your money to […]

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March Tips

KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, revealed the results of its Q4 2019 top-clicked phishing report. The results found that simulated phishing tests with an urgent message to check a password immediately were most effective, with 39% of users falling for it. Social media messages are another […]

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February Tips

Five Tips to Help Keep You Calm this Tax Season Does even the mention of “tax season” increase your stress levels? Do you work hard to get everything right, but end up with a bad headache and little to no refund? You’re not alone. It takes a lot of effort to keep up with the […]

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January Tips

Give Your Money a Great Start in 2020 Now that the holiday season is behind you, it’s time to look forward. The new year is a perfect opportunity to evaluate your current financial situation, set goals, and put a plan into action. Below are some tips to help you save money for retirement, an emergency […]

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August Tips

Your Bank, Your Way If you’re like most people, you want better choices when it comes to banking. You want more convenience. In short, you want to do your banking on your terms. That’s where the industry is heading, and it’s what First Nebraska Bank’s “Your Bank, Your Way” campaign is all about. Because we […]

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July Tips

Have You Saved Enough Should the Unexpected Happen? While more Americans than ever say they do, most still say they don’t have the recommended six months of expenses saved, should they lose a job or experience an unexpected illness. Although it’s true that saving requires discipline, it’s not as difficult as you may think — […]

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