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MVB Bank evolves with the times
CHRISTIAN TYLER RANDOLPH | Gazette-Mail photos
MVB Bank evolves with the times

The customers who enjoy using the high-tech teller machines at MVB Bank aren’t the young people, according to Jarrod Furgason, south market president.

Social worker, academic advocates for other veterans at Marshall University
Social worker, academic advocates for other veterans at Marshall University

As a child, Kim White saw her dad, a Vietnam veteran, struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Free $100 for investing early enough in college

Opening a West Virginia Smart529 college savings account requires no minimum contribution, and whoever opens up an account for a child before his or her first birthday will get a free $100 invested.

UC teaches how to help patients regain meaningful abilities
UC teaches how to help patients regain meaningful abilities

The term “occupational” in the occupational therapy profession can be somewhat deceptive, according to Kay Blose.

College enrollment in W.Va. continues to decline

After reaching peak enrollment during the height of the recession, head counts at West Virginia’s public colleges have been on the decline each of the last five years.

WVU Tech move still on track, despite lawsuit
WVU Tech move still on track, despite lawsuit

West Virginia University’s Institute of Technology is still on track to begin its move out of Montgomery this fall, but two unresolved legal matters continue to hang over the school’s controversial move to Beckley.

Time to fill out federal financial aid form for college
Time to fill out federal financial aid form for college

Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid is all about timing, and the perfect time, if students already haven’t completed the form, is now.

Retirement expert advises employees who’ve lost company matches to 401(k) plans

Shawn Moran, founder and president of Retirement Planning Group of West Virginia, has heard about some companies in the state who have stopped matching contributions to 401(k) plans, or lowering the amount of the match, over the last couple years.

John Burdette: The ins and outs of insurance
John Burdette: The ins and outs of insurance

Every day, we are bombarded with advice on how to adequately save and accumulate investments for our retirement future. Hopefully, many of you have taken notice and you are now on your way to financial security.

Credit unions provide personal touch

The online application that Members Choice West Virginia Federal Credit Union is preparing to launch will be much more than “the standard banking app,” said Marketing Director Gabrielle McClure.

Retired banker remembers days of lending

Mark Thomas remembers a time when his banking clients would call him up on a Saturday or Sunday to let him know they wanted to buy a car Monday.

Safety a big concern this tax season

Tax refund fraud: “Global problem. State concern.”

That’s the message prominently displayed on the West Virginia Tax Department’s website, which warns about the threat of identity theft.

MVB Bank evolves with the times
MVB Bank evolves with the times

The customers who enjoy using the high-tech teller machines at MVB Bank aren’t the young people, according to Jarrod Furgason, south market president.

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