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Education Resources from The Muncy Bank & Trust Company

Click below to read guides, articles and educational resources designed to help you plan for your financial future and understand our banking products & services. Want to learn more? Contact The Muncy Bank & Trust today by calling 570.546.2211 or by visiting one of our locations!

How does a home equity loan work?

Posted on 2/19/2021 by Lori Strimple in loans

A home equity loan allows homeowners to use their homes as collateral for a personal loan. At Muncy Bank, we want you to know that your home equity can help you pay off medical bills, complete home repairs, or even send your child to college.

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When to Refinance a Mortgage

Posted on 2/3/2021 by in loans mortgage

Mortgage rates are low, which may make this the best time to refinance your mortgage. Here's how to determine whether you should consider refinancing your mortgage.

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5 Strategies to Pay Down Debt

Posted on 1/29/2021 by Jackie Fedeli in debt loans

Is lowering debt part of your financial plan? This might sound like a difficult task, but here are five strategies, to help you lower or consolidate your debt.

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