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Late Supreme Court Justice is a model for not judging a book by its cover.
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Key times to consider getting professional financial advice.
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Manage Business Finances
If you’re still working on your taxes, accounting for an unprecedented year, consider these key deductions, credits and other tax-related silver linings.
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In this workshop, we'll practice a 5-step plan for building and managing a budget. Learn to balance wants and needs — a key element of any budget plan — and how to increase your savings and manage debt.
Learn to identify your personal obstacles to budgeting, decide on short- and long-term goals, and manage your day-to day spending to increase your financial security.
Parents are talking to their tweens and teens about spending, budgeting, saving and credit earlier than ever. Explore helpful topics and learn some conversation starters.
4:10 min video
Technology presents opportunities to learn about and manage money.
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Money talks. So should parents. It’s time to start or continue the conversation with your tween or teen about smart financial habits to use for life.
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Learn to use kid-friendly financial terms to talk to your child about spending, budgeting, saving and credit — and help them build life-long healthy financial habits.
Learn best practices to help your older child build healthy financial habits — including how to identify needs vs. wants, and how prepare them to use their first debit and credit cards to begin building a strong financial foundation.
Members of the Sandwich Generation (adults caring simultaneously for their children and aging parents) can learn how to balance their own financial security and the demands of caring for both children and aging parents.
If you’re taking care of both your children and your parents, you’re a member of the sandwich generation.
3:32 min video
A growing number of adults are simultaneously caring for children and an adult family member.
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Aging well takes good health and adequate finances. Together, adult children and their aging parents can plan for a financial future that affords whatever the coming years may bring.
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Members of the Sandwich Generation (adults caring simultaneously for children and adult parents) can learn how to help balance their own financial security and demands of caring for both children and aging parents.
Learn how you can help feel more confident and prepared to protect your personal identity, including ideas of what to do if your identity is compromised.
3:42 min video
Advances in technology have resulted in new vulnerabilities and scams.
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Scammers and hackers are getting more sophisticated. Use these tips to help protect your personal data and finances.
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Learn about the latest scams and how to help protect yourself from them, plus ways PII can be compromised, strategies to help keep data safe, and some ideas on what to do if your identity is compromised.
Do more with your money, starting today. Learn more about PNC's bank-at-work program and the certain benefits and rewards it offers.
Make the most of your college life and your money. Learn more about Student Banking products specifically for you.
PNC WorkPlace Banking Refer a Coworker Reward
To be awarded $100 cash, you must be a PNC WorkPlace Banking participant and make a qualified referral. A referral is qualified if the individual you referred (the “Referee”): 1) is qualified for the PNC WorkPlace Banking program; 2) does not have signing authority on an existing PNC Bank consumer checking account, did not close an account within the past 90 days, and was not paid a promotional premium within the past 12 months; 3) presents the Coupon ID or referral form upon account opening; 4) opens an eligible PNC WorkPlace Banking checking account; and 5) satisfies the specific requirements to earn the monetary reward applicable to their eligible PNC WorkPlace Banking checking account available at the time they open the account. To qualify for the PNC Workplace Banking program's new customer offer, the Referee must be employed by a company that participates in the PNC WorkPlace Banking program.
$100 cash will be awarded to your account within 60 to 90 days after the monetary reward is issued to the coworker. The $100 cash award is limited to ten referral payments per year — up to $1,000 per 12-month period. This offer may be extended, modified or withdrawn at any time without prior notice and may vary by market. The value of the reward may be reported on Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 1099, and may be considered taxable income to you. Please consult your tax advisor regarding your specific situation.
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