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Preparing a budget and setting financial goals are the first steps in good financial management. Sufficient savings and responsible spending will prepare you for major life events like home ownership, marriage, the birth of a child, starting a business, and retirement planning. Learn some practical ways to prepare for your future by making smart money choices today.
The FDIC is an independent agency created by Congress to maintain stability and public confidence in the nation’s financial system. This agency insures deposits and supervises financial institutions. Learn more about FDIC insurance and ways you can maximize coverage.
United States Mint
Want to learn about the history of coin production in the U.S.? The U.S. Mint has all the answers for you. Learn about our country's coin history, how coins are made, collecting basics, coin and medal programs, and much more.
Cyber Security, Fraud & Crime
Don't become a victim of financial crime. Learn how Vantage Bank protects your accounts and discover ways you can protect yourself—and your money—from fraudsters.
Beware of Online Scams
We have received reports that people are receiving email, text messages and automated phone calls which purport to be from Vantage Bank. In some form or another, these messages request that you provide your debit card number, PIN and other personal information. These messages are scams sent by identity thieves attempting to steal from you. If you believe you are the victim of one of these scams, please contact Vantage Bank Customer Care immediately at one of the numbers below.
Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Terrorist Policy
Vantage Bank is committed to safe and sound banking practices while preventing the use of its services for illicit purposes. The Bank is, therefore, committed to maintaining strict compliance with all applicable anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing laws, including the Bank Secrecy Act (“BSA”).