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Getting the Financial Guidance You Need, When You Need It with Cashology

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    • Regina DeMars

      Director of Content Marketing & Social Media
      Apr 23 2020

Getting the Financial Guidance You Need, When You Need It with Cashology

A recent survey revealed that nearly 80 percent of consumers would like to receive financial advice from their bank. Surprisingly, only 28 percent of survey respondents said they are able to receive this type of guidance.

To fill the gaps and help our customers develop successful financial habits, FNBO is launching Cashology. Cashology is a program designed with you, our valued customers, in mind and features all of the tips and practical advice you need to take control of your finances.

How the Cashology Program Works

Cashology is a comprehensive program covering all aspects of financial management from how to start saving money through improving your credit score. The main hub for the program is the Cashology Facebook Group. Here, you can find pertinent advice on money matters to help you better manage your finances and even save for a rainy day.

It’s a great place for networking as well. FNBO financial experts are ready to lend an ear and answer your questions related to money matters. You can even share your own unique experiences to help others who may be facing similar challenges.

Often, we’ll use the Cashology Facebook group to let you know about important articles and information that we post on the FNBO website. We’ve carved out a specific Cashology section where our customers can read about money matters and improve their financial literacy and skills.

If videos are more to your liking, we’re taking the same informative tips from our blog series and turning them into videos on the Cashology YouTube channel. Just be sure to subscribe for updates.

Join the Dollar Belles: Real People, Real Insights

Supporting our Cashology program is a group of real people sharing real challenges and insights. From checking to savings to credit and all things money that may be on your mind, Betsy, Bailey and Amelis are here to help you, with fun and lighthearted videos dedicated to the topics you value most.

Are you wondering how you can start setting some money aside to build a savings account? Amelis has you covered with the 50/30/20 plan.

Or maybe you’re suffering from a serious case of wanderlust but don’t know how you’ll ever make future travel a reality in your life. Betsy and Bailey have some tips for finding great travel opportunities on the cheap, as well as some advice on how you can keep your costs down once you get there.

No matter your financial challenges, the Dollar Belles will be available to help you navigate your way to more successful money management. Just be sure to subscribe to the Dollar Belles YouTube channel to keep up with new videos as they become available.

Why Cashology at FNBO?

If you’re wondering why FNBO has started the Cashology program, the answer is pretty simple. Because of our customers.

Hearing that nearly 80 percent of consumers weren’t getting the financial guidance they needed from their bank made us wonder if we were doing enough for our customers. So, we started devising a plan to double down on the guidance and support we provide.

To reach all of our customers, we initiated a multi-channel effort. Making Cashology available across the web in a variety of formats is the best way to ensure that you have the information you need when you need it.

Of course, we are always standing at the ready to answer your questions personally, but Cashology is a way to help you perform a little self care, as Amelis discusses in her first Dollar Belle video on saving money. Taking a few spare moments each day to watch a video or chat on Facebook is something simple that anyone can do to help improve their money management skills.

Login or tune in today and let Cashology start guiding you toward a brighter financial future.

The articles in this blog are for informational purposes only and not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations. When making decisions about your financial situation, consult a financial professional for advice. Articles are not regularly updated, and information may become outdated.