Shred Days Recap

Do you know long you should hold onto your tax records? The IRS generally recommends three years. Then what? Because paper documents like your taxes have sensitive information, like you Social Security Number, they must be stored securely and then destroyed when no longer relevant to prevent opportunities for Identity Theft. That’s why SESLOC invites… Read more »

From Your CEO — Fall 2019

I’d like to start by saying thank you for your generous support throughout August to help raise funds for Jack’s Helping Hand, a local nonprofit that offers programs for special needs children and their families. Over the last five years, you’ve contributed over $35,000 to help build the Jack Ready Imagination Park, a universally accessible… Read more »

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity + Online Banking

5 Cybersecurity Tips for Online Banking Online Banking is safe, as long as you take these reasonable precautions: Use a strong password or long passphrase with a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols. Avoid dictionary words, pets’ names, or trivial combinations of dictionary words and numbers — a hacker can crack a password like Summer2019… Read more »

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Month

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and we’re offering events, toolkits and services to help make the internet safer and more secure. With the elevated role that technology plays in our day to day lives, it’s no surprise that identity theft and data breaches are on the rise. In fact, it’s estimated that one in… Read more »

How Long Should I Hang On To An Investment

How Long Should I Hang On To An Investment?

ASK A FINANCIAL PLANNER You’ll want to hang on to an investment as long as it meets your objectives. Is it likely to continue to perform as well as or better than comparable investments? Is it still appropriate for your age, risk tolerance and financial goals? Evaluating your investments once or twice a year will… Read more »

Hooverville Blues

Students Take Center Stage With Education Grants

Have you ever received a standing ovation for a play you wrote? Thanks to SESLOC Education Grants, local students experienced just that — and more. Here’s how three teachers used grants to make education something to celebrate: Bellevue-Santa Fe Charter School teacher Erica Luhn wanted to make a history lesson on the Great Depression something to remember. She… Read more »

Online Banking

Recurring Loan Payments and Transfers

Do you have a SESLOC loan or credit card, or are working towards a savings goal? In Online Banking or the Mobile App, you can schedule your payments or transfers to recur automatically so you don’t have to worry about a missed payment or having to remember to move your funds around. Setting Up a… Read more »

Transferring Money

Transferring Funds to Another SESLOC Account

SESLOC makes it easy to transfer money to another SESLOC account on any device that offers access to Online Banking. You can set up a single transfer to move money, pay a loan, or link an account to schedule multiple and/or recurring payments. How to Make a One-Time Transfer: Expand the Transfer Funds option in the menu…. Read more »

Transfers & Loan Payments

Loan Payments and Transfers

Do you have a SESLOC loan or credit card, or need to move money between your accounts? Set up payments and transfers in Online Banking or the Mobile App. You can also schedule recurring transfers. Transferring a Loan/Visa Payment Expand the Transfer Funds option in the menu. Select Loan/Visa Payment. Enter your payment information. Select a date…. Read more »

Online Banking

Transferring Funds From a Different Financial Institution

SESLOC makes it easy to transfer money to and from other domestic (U.S.) financial institutions. First, you’ll need to link the external account(s), which can be done through Online Banking or the Mobile App. Adding an External Account Expand the Transfer Funds option in the menu. Select Add External Account. Enter the other institution’s account number in the… Read more »