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Banks add virtual tellers as branch numbers shrink

Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp

Bank of America made news in February with the opening of three teller-less branches, but Indiana-based Salin Bank and some regional banks have been adding virtual tellers for years. Here’s how Salin Bank tellers miles away help customers at branches…
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Are traditional bank services becoming obsolete?

Kelly Dilworth

To me, driving to a bank and meeting face-to-face with an adviser is not only time-consuming, it’s a surefire way to limit my options and risk missing out on better deals. According to a spate of recent studies, I’m not the only millennial who feels that way.
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Should banks give up on millennials?

Kelly Dilworth

According to banking executive Kevin Tynan, bankers may be wasting their time worrying about the cash-strapped millennial generation. Millennials don’t spend enough to be profitable and they’re more likely to change banks if they find one they like better.
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Wary millennials thumbing noses at banks

Kelly Dilworth

Millennials are thumbing their noses at credit cards and traditional banking services, according to multiple reports, and that’s making some people in the financial services industry nervous about how they’re going to attract such a picky crowd.
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6 financial tasks to complete before stepping foot on campus

Sienna Kossman

If you are getting ready to head off to college for the first time (or are a parent preparing to drop your college kid off at school), here are six things you can do before leaving home to make sure you’re more financially prepared for college than I was.
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