News and Updates
Here you will find the latest information about what's going on here at 1st Mariner Bank. From new products and services to what we're doing in the community to branch closures due to inclement weather, this is the place to go to see what's new.
03/13/15 - Coming Soon: our business and retail bank statements will have a new design. All of the information on the statements will remain the same. Click here for a preview of what your new statement will look like.
12/31/14 - Effective January 2, 2015 our Absolutely Free Checking acount will be renamed to "Absolutely Simple Checking." No changes to the account will be made.
12/19/14 - Effective January 1, 2015, the IRS will begin enforcing a new interpretation of the rule that limits the number of nontaxable IRA rollovers. Previously, the IRS allowed one rollover per 12-month period from each IRA an individual owned. Based on the new tax code and subsequent ruling by the U.S. Tax Court, IRA owners will be allowed to complete only one IRA-to-IRA rollover per 12-months, regardless of how many IRAs they own. Please contact a tax consultant should you have questions regarding this new rule. For additional resources and information regarding IRA rollovers, visit http://www.irs.gov/Retirement-Plans/IRA-One-Rollover-Per-Year-Rule.
11/12/14 - Check out this article from the Baltimore Business Journal that discusses how far 1st Mariner Bank has come over the past few months, and looks forward to where we are heading in the near future.
10/09/14 - In today's world, it's as important as ever to remember to keep your personal information private. A few tips to keep in mind:
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Remember, you can never be too careful when it comes to your personal information!
06/05/14 - Beginning Monday, June 9, 2014 when you log in to your Online Banking account you will no longer presented your authentication image. Instead, the address bar at the top of your browser window will show a green lock. If at any time your address bar is NOT green when you go to log in to your account, do not enter your user name or password and contact a 1st Mariner Customer Service representative. Watch the video below for more information.
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