Top Banking Alerts to Keep Your Money in Check

Learn how to leverage your banking alerts for better money management.

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You are up-to-date on the latest news, weather and sports, but how much do you know about your finances? Start monitoring those saving goals and expenses in real time with banking alerts. Check out our favorite alerts to help you track and manage your finances!

  1. Low Balance

    Are you worried about your balance falling too low? The Low Balance Alert will let you know when your account drops to a certain balance threshold. Utilizing a Low Balance Alert can ensure you have enough funds in your account to get you to your next paycheck, simply keep you aware, or protect you if your debit card gets into the wrong hands.
  2. High Balance:

    This alert notifies you when your balance goes over a specific amount. If you’re trying to save more, getting an alert when you have extra money can remind you to move it into a savings account.
  3. Current Balance:

    Getting regular updates about your account helps you keep a close eye on your spending and manage your budget better. It lets you identify areas where you might be spending too much and make changes if needed.
  4. Deposit Posted:

    Receive an alert when deposits post to your account, so you know exactly when your funds are available - your paycheck, another income source, or a single deposit. If you're depositing a check via Mobile Check Deposit, it can be beneficial to know if and when your deposit is received and then available.
  5. Scheduled Loan Payments:

    Being aware of the exact dates for your loan payments can help you organize your budget effectively. This ensures you won’t face additional fees or penalties. These notifications can also help you maintain a healthy credit score which is an important factor for securing future loans.

Text and email alerts simplify your financial management. Know where you stand and make sure you're on track to achieve your short and long-term financial goals.

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