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The Go Far Blog from Union Bank

Renting vs. Buying Commercial Real Estate in Vermont and New Hampshire

It’s hard enough to find the right property for your business. How do you decide if you should buy or lease commercial real estate? Of course, there are pros and cons with both options, including the opportunity to build equity and profit off a future resale that comes with buying property. In this guide, we’ll […]

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Guide to Guarding Your Estate with a Personal Trust

When was the last time you updated your estate plan? Whether you’re nearing retirement or just starting out in your career, it’s always a good time to get your financial affairs in order. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll break down everything you need to know about personal trusts, an important part of many estate plans. […]

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Key Steps to Plan for Retirement in VT

Do you have a retirement strategy? Whether you’re just starting out in your career or are nearing retirement age, it’s never too early to start saving and planning for retirement. In this article we’ll cover five key steps to plan (or revamp your plan) for retirement in Vermont, named the 16th best state to retire […]

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Choosing a Merchant Services Provider in VT & NH

In recent years, customer preferences have already been shifting to paying with credit and debit cards instead of cash. Looking ahead, the switch to online shopping and contactless payment continues to accelerate. If you’ve been considering opening a Merchant Services Account, keep reading to learn what to look for in a card processing provider. We’ll […]

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Guide To Buying A Second Home In New Hampshire

Are you looking for a rural retreat, an escape from hectic city life, a good investment property, a place to retire, or even all of the above? Look no further than New Hampshire, home to mountains for hiking and skiing, lakes and a stretch of ocean coastline, and small towns for shopping, dining, and arts. […]

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How To Secure Your Remote Office

About 16 million office workers moved their offices to their homes in March and, as of October, 33% of American workers are still working remotely all the time. The transition to remote work came suddenly for many employees, and your company may not have developed a complete at-home security policy at the beginning. In honor […]

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