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April 2012
By: Thomas J. Shara

Lakeland Bank Oak Ridge NJ Community DonationI’m very proud to say that at Lakeland Bank, we foster a culture of caring and encourage colleagues at all levels to give back to the communities we serve. We did so in 2011 in many ways including building homes, collecting food, and raising funds for college scholarships. We donated more than $380,000 to numerous charitable and nonprofit groups in North Jersey to enhance the services they provide to our local communities.

Our tradition of giving back to the community started more than 4 ...


By Robert A. Vandenbergh

Lakeland Bank Thor Labs.jpgAt Lakeland Bank, encouraging local investment is one of our key objectives. We believe localized lending is the ultimate win-win. We’re not just investing in a business; we’re also investing in a community. That was the case with the Thorlabs project.

The NJ-based manufacturer of photonic tools and systems had plenty of locations to choose from to expand its facilities for its growing business, but ultimately they decided to build their new headquarters in Newton, NJ. For Alex Cable, president ...


By David Yanagisawa

CommercialLending.jpgAlthough the economy is gradually showing signs of improvement, small companies still have tough decisions to make when considering growth opportunities as part of their 2012 business plans. I recently discussed how Lakeland Bank is helping businesses navigate these decisions with some of my colleagues in an interview featured on limited issues of Money magazine.

We’re seeing an increased demand for commercial mortgages and loans for new construction. Our customers are taking advantage of the current real estate market to buy and renovate buildings instead of con ...


By: Robert A. Vandenbergh

Phishing.jpgLast year, more than 75 million taxpayers used individual software solutions to file their taxes. Taxpayers using these do-it-yourself tax preparation and financial planning products are currently the latest target for online phishing scams.

As the April 15th deadline approaches, scam artists are bound to look for people in the midst of filing their taxes. It’s easy for recipients to confuse a spam email for an authorized one, since most software providers routinely send emails on the status of tax returns. The thieves simply ask for perso ...


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