Loan Bills Online Starting April 1stMar 27, 2019
New from BankGloucester’s e-Banking
is pleased to announce that beginning April 1, 2019, we will be adding
electronic access to your Loan Bills.
The online Loan Bill offering through our E-Documents system will complement
the deposit account E-Statements service we have offered for years.
To subscribe your Loan Accounts for online access, as of the roll-out date of April 1st, simply log into your online banking account and select E-Documents from the Additional Services menu. If you already take advantage of our paperless e-Statements, and you have loans with BankGloucester you will see any Loan Bills in a separate section. Select the month you want to see from the list.
If you are new to e-Documents, you will have to accept
our E-Documents Agreement before you can have access. Each month after you
accept, you will receive an email when your E-Documents are ready to view. Be
sure your email is current and accurate in My
In order to remember to pay your loan, you can set up a
reminder for yourself in your e-Banking. Open My Settings, scroll down to Alerts
and Notifications. Select Add an
Alert. Select Personal Message. Choose the account, when you want the alert,
whether you want email, text or both, and add your message to yourself.
Please be aware that as part of the new service roll-out,
all Loan Account owners who subscribe for online access, will continue to
receive their paper/printed Loan Bills until June 1st (2019). From June 2nd on, any owners who
have subscribed their accounts will only be able to access their Loan Bills
online through the e-Documents system.
Finally, it should be noted that similar to the E-Statements service, a minimum of 16 Billing cycles of Loan Bills will be available within the e-Documents system.
If you do not have e-Banking, visit our website at www.bankgloucester.com to sign up.
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Timothy Neill Art On DisplayMar 20, 2019
Timothy Neill's artwork on display until May 10, 2019.
Visit BankGloucester on Main Street in Gloucester to view a collection of Timothy’s paintings. They will be on display at the bank from Saturday, March 9th through Friday, May 10th, 2019.
Timothy Neill is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation and has been working in the field of art conservation since 2005. He received his Master of Science in Art Education degree from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art and Art History from York College of Pennsylvania.
In 2010 Neill co-founded Allied Conservation in South Hamilton MA, were he works as head conservator of paintings.
Neill is a Copley Artist, (CA) at The Copley Society of Art in Boston where he serves as chairman of the membership committee. He is a member of the North Shore Arts Association in Gloucester where he sits on the board of trustees. He is a member of the Newburyport Art Association and is an associate member of the Guild of Boston Artists. Neill is represented by Sarah Jessica Fine Arts in Provincetown and teaches studio art classes at the ArtRoom Studio in Topsfield MA.
Neill's work balances between ethereal figures and dramatically symbolic still lives in oil.
Phishing - Don't take the bait!Mar 8, 2019
Phishing is when you get emails, texts or calls that seem to be from companies or people you know. But they're actually from scammers. They want you to click on the link or give personal information (like password) so that they can steal your money or identity, and maybe get access to your computer.
Scammers use familiar company names or pretend to be someone you know. They ask you to click on a link or give passwords or bank account numbers. If you click on the link, they can install programs that lock you out of your computer and can steal your personal information.
They pressure you to act now - or something bad will happen.
If you have just ONE New Year Resolution...Jan 25, 2019
Save More for Retirement!!
This year you can save more in your workplace 401(k) retirement savings account. The maximum contribution has increased from $18,500 in 2018 to $19,000, so consider increasing the amount you are contributing, making sure you’re saving at least enough to get your employer match.
Remember that even the most generous matching policy won’t be enough to fully fund your retirement, so it's always a good idea to save as much as possible.
you don’t have a match or a 401(k) plan, consider setting up a recurring
auto-deposit into a Roth IRA. In 2019 you can contribute up to $6,000,
assuming you meet the income requirements (less than $120,000 a year if you’re
single, or $189,000 a year if you’re married).
If you’re able, you can contribute to both a 401(k) and a Roth IRA for a grand total of $25,000 saved for retirement.
Diane Rule at BankGloucester Financial Services can help you...
Contact Andrea Donnelly to arrange a convenient time to get together with Diane.
Call: 978-675-9936 or email: email@example.com
Stick to Your Financial PlanJan 23, 2019
Having a long-term financial plan gives your logic a leg up over your emotions during times of market volatility
When stock markets are highly volatile, the roller coaster ride can test even the most stoic of investors. But those with a professionally prepared, long-term financial plan may fare better than most do-it-yourself investors. Click the link below to read the article...
5 TIPS for Keeping Financial ResolutionsJan 1, 2019
With the New Year upon us, take time to make a list of your financial resolutions. Financial resolutions can be especially difficult to stick with because, like eating and exercising, our spending, saving and investing habits tend to be tied to our emotions more than our logic.
To continue to the rest of this article and get tips to help you keep your financial goals in the upcoming year, please click below.
Manage Your Debit Card - Get Alerts & MoreOct 9, 2018
A better way to manage your BankGloucester card is just a tap away.
Keep an Eye on Your Card with Transaction Alerts
A wide range of alert options make My Mobile Money an app that meets your specific needs. You can set alerts for:
- All card activity
- Spend limits
- CardNotPresent transactions
- International transactions
- Card Status changes
- Specific Merchant category purchases
- Dependent Card activity
Card Controls Help Protect Your Account from Fraud
You can even set the app to deny a transaction before it takes place, based on the criteria you set. As with turning your card on and off, card controls will not interrupt recurring bill payments such as gym memberships or subscriptions.
Account Management Allows for Greater Control
My Mobile Money also has account management features that enable you to keep an eye on your account balance and manage your money no matter where you go.
- MoneyPass® ATM locater
- Balance inquiries
- Account-to-account transfers
- Transaction history
- Mobile deposits (projected availability 3Q 2016)
- Low balance alerts
Go to the app store and download the My Mobile Money Access app to manage account alerts and monitoring anytime, anywhere!
Tellers & Customer Service Rep neededSep 26, 2018
Full Time Customer Service Representatives
Part Time and Full Time Retail Banking Staff
Beware of CHECK FRAUDSep 12, 2018
Click the link to our security page below to learn more...
Winner's Announced in Banking For The Community!Jun 15, 2018
On Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at a reception held at the lovely Beauport Hotel in Gloucester the organizations with the most votes in the 2018 Banking For The Community Program were announced and presented with their checks.
Listed below are all of the organizations in order by the number of votes received.
Cape Ann Animal Aid
Back Yard Growers
The Open Door
Rose Baker Senior Center
Gloucester Education Foundation
Cape Ann YMCA
North Shore Health Project
Cape Ann Museum
Essex Senior Center
Friends of the Manchester Public Library
Education Foundation of Rockport
Rockport New Years Eve
Now Offering Special VA LoansMar 26, 2018
Maximize Your Tax RefundMar 26, 2018
Looking for Love? Beware of Online ScamsFeb 7, 2018
BankGloucester wants to help you stay safe... click below to read the complete information on our "Security Tips" page.
A Thoughtful Holiday Gift: 529 College Savings PlanNov 22, 2017
Advantage Points! Use your debit card to get points!Sep 13, 2017
Sign up for Advantage Points Use your Debit Card to EARN POINTS and use your points to GET COOL STUFF!