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    3 Big Benefits of Shopping Locally

    In recent years, the movement away from large, impersonal corporate institutions is increasing. More and more, people are turning to their neighborhood boutiques, mom and pop retailers, and, dare we say it, community banks. Shopping locally benefits both the community and the consumer. Here are a few great reasons to think “local” first. Improve Your Local […]

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  • 1st Annual Winter Preparedness Event

    1st Annual Winter Preparedness Event: October 2016

    On Saturday, October 8, 2016 Reliance Bank along with The Northeast Ambulance and Fire Protection District (NEAFD) sponsored the 1st Annual Winter Preparedness Event. This community event was designed to aid residents with their preparations for the upcoming cold winter. NEAFD which serves seventeen municipalities in North St. Louis County including the University of Missouri […]

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  • St. Louis City 19th Ward Pastors’ Forum

    St. Louis City 19th Ward Pastors’ Forum: September 2016

    Alderwoman Marlene Davis and Reliance Bank hosted the 2nd Annual Pastors’ Forum on September 27th at The Zack Building located at 3224 Locust Street. The Pastors’ Forum brought together the faith-based community of the St. Louis City 19th Ward with several city officials and resources including representatives from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, for […]

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  • Summer Reading Success Spawns After School Program

    Summer Reading Success Spawns After School Program: September 2016

    Reliance Bank employees volunteer to read to children in an after school program in St. Louis. Read more here.

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  • 4 Clever Tips to Help You Avoid Breaking the Bank on Holiday Meals

    It’s that time of the year in which we find ourselves totally focused on the holidays. While gifts and get-togethers with loved ones are probably at the forefront of your mind, one other facet should be given plenty of attention as well – the holiday meals. As you begin making plans and putting together your […]

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  • 4 Tips to Help You Transition from Renting to Owning a Home

    Are you thinking about becoming a first-time homebuyer? You might assume that owning a home will be much like your renting experience, except that your monthly payments will help you build equity. While this is true, homeownership involves much more than you might first think. Here are a few tips to help you make the […]

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  • 8 Fun, Frugal Ways to Enjoy Fall

    Fall is finally here, which means it’s time to celebrate the best parts of the season: fun times with friends and family, cooler weather, your favorite seasonal desserts and hot drinks, and pumpkins galore. There are several great ways to enjoy autumn without spending much money. Here are 8 of our favorite ways you can […]

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  • Reliance Bank Business of the Month: Girls Inc. October 2016

    Do you remember when you were asked what you wanted to become when you grew up? Maybe you answered that you wanted to become a firefighter, teacher, scientist, or even the President of the United States. Girls Inc. not only asks girls who they want to become, but they also inspire them to be strong, […]

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  • 5 Big Reasons Why You Should Definitely Visit Our Newest Branch in O’Fallon, IL!

    Have you heard the news? Reliance Bank is relocating to our newest branch location in O’Fallon, Illinois, and it’s not your ordinary bank! For the very first time in the state of Illinois, there will be a bank sharing space with the amazing Tim Hortons Café & Bake Shop, and that bank is none other […]

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  • 5 Reasons Why Having a Healthy Credit Score Matters

    You’ve probably heard those three numbers in your credit score matter quite a bit. But did you know that having a high credit score and a good credit history can set you up to receive many perks and benefits for your future endeavors? While it’s possible to still get by with an average or poor […]

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