Smarter in :90 - The Secure Way to Pay Friends & Family

Checks, cash, bitcoin, Snapcash, Venmo. There's a lot of different ways to pay someone back. Kate shares with Nicole why UBT's person-to-person payment option, Popmoney, is easier than the rest.

Identity Theft and How to Protect Yourself

Identity Theft - What is it? What are the Warning Signs? How to Protect Yourself?

Investment Overview: 3rd Quarter 2016

The U.S. economy continues to grow at a steady, albeit a very slow, pace. First quarter real GDP grew at 0.8%, followed by second quarter growth of 1.4%. This continues a string of very slow . . .

September 2016 Investment Update

Third-quarter real GDP appears likely to have accelerated slightly and is expected to come in around 2.5%. The apparent uptick in growth is a welcome sign, following first-quarter real GDP growth. . .

Retirement Birthday Milestones

Birthdays are a time to celebrate, but they're also a great time to think about your financial picture — your retirement savings in particular. Here are a few things for each generation to consider.

Election Reality

The first Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump set a viewership record. Somehow, the 2016 Presidential election has felt unusually consequential, with emotions running high...

Plug into a Strong Digital Connection with the Grandkids - No Matter the Distance

Bonding with grandchildren is a challenge whether across town or across the country. Today’s grandparents have a special incentive to adapt to technology in order to stay in touch with their families

Inheritance Planning for Adult and Minor Children

Now more than ever, a family fortune is something to be protected and nurtured. What is the answer? For many families, Trusts. Let's take a look.

Setting a New Course for Retirement

The full retirement age has changed over the years. With the push back in age, retirement just isn’t what it used to be. Today, it’s a whole new adventure.

Clinton v. Trump on Estate Taxes

The federal estate tax has remained unchanged since 2012, giving estate planners and their clients time to adjust to the permanent larger exemption and the portability of the exemption between spouses

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