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Pioneer Bank Introduces Pioneer Personal Finance



Pioneer Bank announced today the launch of Pioneer Personal Finance, a personalized, digital financial planning tool that will give customers the ability to track their entire financial world – not just accounts associated with Pioneer Bank.

Pioneer Personal Finance is available today to Pioneer Bank online banking customers as part of their banking relationship, and is available in the Pioneer Bank mobile app and online banking. The service can be personalized for every user’s individual needs, and will help customers track their spending, savings, debt and other information that make up their financial life. Customers have the ability to add and track accounts from other financial institutions, enabling them to get a complete view of their finances. Other features of the product include budgeting, cash flow management, and net worth widgets.

“We see an opportunity to empower our customers and add real value to their relationship with us,” said Tom Amell, CEO of Pioneer Bank. “This technology offers a fully integrated digital banking experience that is user-friendly and can help customers see their financial progress.”

Pioneer Personal Finance is the latest addition to the bank’s suite of services. Also available to its account holders with qualified checking accounts include Pioneer Perks (deals online and at local businesses, travel discounts, health savings cell phone protection, identification theft aid and roadside assistance), Online Banking, Mobile App, Mobile Wallet, SecurLOCK Equip, People Pay and Virtual StrongBox (a secure way to store important documents digitally).

Customers can sign up for Pioneer Personal Finance online, or by stopping into any Pioneer Bank branch. For more information visit www.pioneerbanking.com.

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