Neighborhood News

  • February 26th, 2021

    BEWARE of Tax Scams!

    BEWARE Tax Season is a very popular time for people to try to take advantage of a situation. If you get a call, email, or text from the IRS…….STOP……and remember the following facts………   The IRS will not ask for a taxpayer’s debit or credit card numbers over the phone. The IRS will not threaten […]

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  • February 22nd, 2021

    We’re Committed to Community

    Banking at a community bank means banking among neighbors and family. Hometown service is becoming a thing of the past, but at Hancock County Savings Bank you will experience genuine care the moment you speak with an employee. As your community bank, we are committed to offering you a friendly and professional experience. We take […]

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  • February 16th, 2021

    Miscellaneous Vehicle Loan adds extra fun

    No matter what journey you may be on, we have the loan for you and we will make it easy! Not only do we offer New and Used vehicle loans for your everyday driver, we also offer a Miscellaneous Vehicle Loan that covers recreational vehicles and equipment. Motorcycles, boats, ATVs, tractors, motor homes, we are […]

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  • February 12th, 2021

    Presidents Day

    The offices of Hancock County Savings Bank will be closed on Monday, February 15th, 2021 in observance of Presidents Day. Presidents Day was originally held on the birthday of our nation’s first president, George Washington, which is February 22nd. In 1971 the date of this holiday became the third Monday in February. Washington also shared […]

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  • February 11th, 2021

    Budget Friendly Valentine’s Day

    Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day is drawing near. While some claim the holiday was created by the greeting card companies, it is still nice to make the effort to spend time with your special someone and let them know they are appreciated. Going all out with lavish gifts and getaways can be […]

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  • February 11th, 2021

    Romance Scam Warning

    As Valentine’s Day approaches, romance scams are on the rise. The Federal Trade Commission recently reported that this popular scam has risen 50% since 2019 and more than fourfold since 2016. Last year, consumers reported losing $304 million to romance scams. The FTC also shared that people aged 40-69 were the most likely to report […]

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  • February 5th, 2021

    Beware of Unemployment Benefits Scam

    It has recently been reported that many residents throughout the country and our tristate area are beginning to receive 1099-G tax forms, which report unemployment benefits for 2020 that the individual never applied for. Unfortunately, not much can be done at the local level at this time, but the scam is being investigated at the […]

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  • February 2nd, 2021

  • February 1st, 2021

    Local COVID-19 Vaccine Information

    In an effort to provide our customers and staff with up to date and informative information regarding COVID-19, we would like to provide a few website links that offer information regarding the vaccine protocols in your state. The following are 3 websites that you may find helpful if you or a loved one is interested […]

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Since 1899, Hancock County Savings Bank has stayed the course as an Independent Locally Managed Bank.

The state-chartered Hancock County Building and Loan Association was founded on December 31, 1899; and it granted its first mortgage loan in the amount of...
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