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Money Matters: Saving daylight all year round

November 12, 2021


Did you notice what happened last weekend?

We stopped saving daylight. What began in March by springing ahead was returned as we enjoyed an "extra" hour on Sunday. How much did you relish and enjoy that time you saved?

Time, like money, is an increasingly important resource as the days get shorter heading into winter. Making the most of both is always a top concern. But rest assured, by working together, sticking to your goals, and appreciating not only how much you have, but also how you are able to spend it, you are making wonderful investments toward your future well-being, happiness, and peace of mind.

So, let's talk about your financial future. Sally Lawson, Malvern Bank's Senior Investment Officer can help you hone your investment and saving plans so you can reach your financial goals. Contact her at 610.695.3651. Let us bolster and support you in chasing your goals. And, let these articles further inspire you. Give them a read and share if you like. I'd love to hear your thoughts.


Anthony C. Weagley
President & CEO
Malvern Bank, National Association
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Office : 610.644.9400

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