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Most people would never consider walking into a crowded room and loudly broadcasting to total strangers all the details of their private life - from their health issues to their family and friend's names, ages, jobs, or school locations. But often these same individuals won't think twice about posting that same information on social media. The ramifications of sharing too much can have an impact not only on your personal and professional life but also the lives of your family and friends. Read More
Have you ever thought about the uncomfortable question, What happens to our digital presence when we die or become incapacitated? Many of us have or know we should have a will and checklists of what loved ones need to know in the event of our passing. But what about all of our digital data and online accounts? Should we consider some type of digital will? Should we create a "digital inheritance" plan? Read More
One of the most common ways cuber attackers attempt to trick or fool people is by scamming you in email attacks (often called phishing) or try to trick you with phone calls. However, as technology continues to advance bad guys are always trying new methods, to include tricking you with messaging technologies such as text messaging, iMessage/Facetime, WhatsApp, Slack, or Skype. Here are some simple steps to protect yourself and spot / stop these common attacks. Read More
New Market Bank Mobile Banking is available to all New Market Bank Online Banking users. Accessing your account information through our Mobile Banking app is easy - simply use the same online banking ID and password you already have established.Learn More
New Market Bank began business on June 10, 1905 as First State Bank of New Market. The original bank structure was a white framed building that was removed in 1913 to make way for the brick building in downtown New Market. Our New Market branch relocated down the street on Old Town Road in May of 2018. In October 1988, the bank opened its first branch office in Lakeville and at that time was officially re-named New Market Bank. Since that time we have opened our first office in the City of Prior Lake. We have expanded our services beyond traditional banking to include a full range of mortgage and financial services.