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M&T Bank Launches Tool to Manage All Finances from a Single Place

BUFFALO, N.Y.—Personal financial management just became much easier thanks to a new product from M&T Bank.

FinanceWorks™, available to all M&T Bank customers as part of M&T Web Banking starting today, enables people to view and manage all aspects of their finances from a single web page. FinanceWorks automatically tells customers how they are spending their money, tracks budget and savings goals, and lets customers view all their accounts from M&T Bank and many other institutions all in one place, making it easier for customers to manage their money.

Paired with CreditScore, a monthly view of a customer’s FICO® Score, these two tools give M&T Bank customers a single place to view financial data and gauge their financial health. Both tools are available at www.mtb.com/personal/onlineservices.

“At M&T Bank, we are constantly working on new ways to help customers access and manage their finances and reach their goals,” said Michael Shryne, senior vice president of Alternative Banking for M&T Bank. “FinanceWorks and CreditScore are powerful tools that will make it easier for our customers to effectively plan, manage and analyze their financial situation.”

FinanceWorks™ is a registered trademark of Intuit, Inc.

FICO® is a trademark of the Fair Isaac Corporation. Other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their respective owners. Credit Score is provided by Equifax®.
 

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