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    Tax Brackets and Statuses

    How much you owe in federal income taxes is determined by many factors, but your tax bracket and status will likely have the biggest impact. Read on to learn more.

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    How to Spot Phishing Scams

    Every day, thousands of people fall victim to fraudulent emails, texts and calls from scammers pretending to be their bank. At WesBanco, we’re committed to helping you spot these scams as an extra layer of protection for your account.

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    The 12 Pillars of Consumer Protection

    In this special holiday edition, we would like to present to you the FTC's 12 Pillars of Consumer Protection. We will cover a variety of topics — from shopping online and bogus shipping notifications to temporary job scams and fake charities.

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    Disability Insurance

    According to the Social Security Administration, there's a 30% chance of a 20-year-old worker becoming disabled before he or she hits retirement. Disability insurance safeguards against this risk by providing income for as long as an individual qualifies.

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    What is Inflation?

    Inflation measures how much prices rise over time. When prices rise, the value of a dollar falls and your purchasing power goes down.

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    Make Your Life Easier with P2P Options

    Sending money to friends and family is becoming a common necessity, whether you’re splitting the cost of a lunch tab, paying someone back for a shared birthday present, or even paying the babysitter. One of the fastest and easiest ways to do that is to send money digitally using peer-to-peer (or P2P) payments.

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    Cybersecurity

    While it's likely that you access the internet nearly every single day, that doesn't mean that you can let your guard down when it comes to your cybersecurity.

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    College Budget Breakdown

    Breaking down college expenses is the first step in creating an accurate and successful budget.

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    Working with a Mortgage Lender: What to Expect

    Applying for a mortgage is a big endeavor. Most lenders require you to complete a mortgage application—a comprehensive financial statement. The information you provide on your application determines whether you qualify for a loan and how much you can borrow. The key numbers are your regular income, your debts, and the house price.

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    How To Manage Your Debt: Strategies & Tools

    Even if you're financially responsible, life's unpredictable nature can sometimes catch you off guard, at times making it dangerously easy to fall into debt. Discover how to start managing your debt with these tips and tools.

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    Teach Teens About Money

    Whether to your own children, grandchildren, and nieces and nephews or the child of a close friend, one of the most important things you can teach is how to manage money and invest for the future.

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    Savings Calculator

    With a savings account, your money will grow over time. That growth will change based on how much you save each month, the interest rate on the account, and how long you save.

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