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The Go Far Blog from Union Bank


Ultimate Guide to Small Business Loans, Grants, and Resources For Women in New Hampshire

With today’s Internet marketplace, it’s easier than ever for entrepreneurs to take their ideas and transform them into a thriving business. Women-owned businesses are still a minority in the U.S. but are steadily gaining ground. Over the last 20 years, the number of . Women are successfully starting and growing their own businesses right here […]

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Northern Vermont Relocation Guide

Ranked ninth in the U.S. News & World Report list of “Best States,” Vermont has long been a state that both natives and transplants are glad to call home. “The Green Mountain State” is known for skiing, maple syrup, and organic farming. It’s also an attractive place to artists, perhaps due to the beautiful scenery […]

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Congress Grants Free Credit Freezes

In 2017 Equifax’s data breach compromised the personal information of over 147 million Americans. Many consumers who froze their credit in response to the breach found themselves paying fees to all three credit rating agencies–Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion–for this safeguard. After an outcry of concerned voices who exposed these fees as unfair to consumers in […]

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Update On Vermont’s New Law Addressing Credit Card Machine Leasing

When it comes to acquiring credit card processing equipment, small businesses can feel overwhelmed by choice and conflicting information. When business owners lease credit card machines, some end up feeling like they overpaid or didn’t get the level of service they were promised. That’s why Vermont’s new law to regulate credit card machine leasing is […]

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The Home Buyer’s Guide To New Construction In Northern New Hampshire

The Granite State may be small, but within its borders are 18 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline, the highest mountain summit in the Northeast, and a population known for its independence. New Hampshire residents enjoy outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, and water sports as well as cultural pursuits. No wonder U.S. News & World […]

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Securing Devices by Making Simple Changes

I’m connected. You’re connected. We’re all connected! We are more connected than ever before. According to ABI Research, there will be over 30 billion devices connected on the Internet by 2020. Today, our everyday devices are connected to the world including laptops, mobile phones, fitness trackers, smart televisions, home security systems, thermostats, and refrigerators. Additionally, […]

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