Category Archives: How can we help you?
July 29, 2015

Learn successful networking tips from Bob Mahoney, President and CEO of Belmont Savings Bank in the Mahoney Money Minute.    

May 8, 2015

Interview conducted by Kayla Murphy, Marketing Officer Ellen Schreiber is a woman on the move. You may have heard her name or seen her around town during the rebuilding of Joey’s Park or fundraising for the Underwood Pool. A true community leader and “serial volunteer” (to use her words), Ellen has earned the respect ofRead the Rest »

May 1, 2015

Post contributed by Shirley Duggan, SVP Deposit Operations Manager and Julia Ellakkis, Team Leader/Fraud Analyst Electronic Banking Officer. You buy a cup of coffee, then check your bank account and realize your balance is negative $2.80. Now, you think that delicious cup of coffee is going to cost you $37.50 because you’re going to getRead the Rest »

April 24, 2015

We asked our Banker, Nate Lollar, to write a blog post about what a typical day is like for him working in a Belmont Savings branch inside a grocery store. This is what he wrote: When I was first asked to write a piece on a “day in the life of a banker,” I immediatelyRead the Rest »

April 17, 2015

At Belmont Savings, we have many employees who have been with us for long time. When we recently asked if they would be willing to share their experiences, Doreen Spirito in Human Resources stepped up to the plate and had this to say: My name is Doreen, and I have worked for Belmont Savings BankRead the Rest »

April 13, 2015

Buyers who anticipate investing in home renovations in the near future should consider these two important questions first: What renovations will provide the highest return on investment? Which full-scale renovations are truly needed to make the home more functional vs. which can be done simply to make the home more sellable? According to Money Magazine’sRead the Rest »

April 10, 2015

We asked our employees to weigh in with their thoughts on customer service. Matt Sullivan in Retail Banking offered these inspirational words. My parents provided me with a blueprint of how to work and work well. Diligence, punctuality, attention to detail, and thoroughness define how they approach their tasks. It wasn’t until after college thoughRead the Rest »

April 3, 2015

Belmont Savings Bank employee Christine Remby, who works in Deposit Operations, shares her advice on how to avoid checking account fees. Last week, you went online and paid a few bills. But you also forgot to record in your checkbook that dinner you bought your girlfriends on Saturday. Now you’ve overdrawn. No problem, you think,Read the Rest »

February 19, 2015

The thought of a tax refund can certainly be exciting, but it also begs the question “Should I hire someone to help, or should I do it myself?” Not everyone can, or wants to, have an accountant file their returns. For those who prefer to do their own taxes, there is help. The first stepRead the Rest »

December 9, 2014

It’s that time of year where soon-to-be college graduates are trying to land his or her first “real job.”  Part One discussed how to narrow the field and choose an industry or companies you would like to work with. Part Two discussed how to get the interview. The next step is controlling the interview toRead the Rest »